Islamabad/New Delhi, Oct 15: Sushma Swaraj, the external affairs minister of India, said that the family of Geeta, the Indian girl who entered the Pakistani territory by mistake 13 years ago, has been traced in Bihar.
She is likely to return to India in a day or two. Edhi spokesperson Anwar Kazmi said,"Geeta successfully identified her sister and four brothers through a photograph sent to Faisal Edhi by the Indian High Commission in Islamabad."
Sushma Swaraj, meanwhile in her Tweet said:
Geeta will be back in India soon. We have located her family. She will be handed over to them only after the DNA test.#Geeta— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) October 15, 2015
Now 21, Geeta was found sitting alone in the Samjhauta Express that had crossed the Wagah border. The Pak Rangers took her to the Edhi Foundation, which is Pakistan's largest charity where she was brought up.