Swaraj announces Rs one lakh reward to help identify the parents of Geeta

Swaraj announces Rs one lakh reward to help identify the parents of Geeta
With no trace of her family in two years, foreign minister Sushma Swaraj on Sunday announced a reward of Rs one lakh for people, who can help identify the parents of the deaf-and-mute girl Geeta, who came back from Pakistan.
 
Appealing to the people to extend their help in finding her parents, Swaraj said whosoever helps find Geeta’s parents would be rewarded with Rs one lakh. The Foreign Ministry also released a video clip with the minister's appeal.
 
In October 2015, Geeta returned to her homeland with support from the two governments, almost 10 years after she inadvertently crossed over to Pakistan. She is currently staying at the Mook-Badhir Sanghathan, Indore – a non-governmental organisation that runs a school and hostels for deaf and mute kids.

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