By: Naila

India has announced a reward of  INR 0.1 million for anyone who helps Geeta, the deaf and mute girl who returned to the neighbouring country-

 After staying in Pakistan for over a decade, in uniting with her parents.

In a video appeal on Sunday, India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said there cannot be a better deed-

Than helping this girl find her parents, and urged people to come forward, The Indian Express reported.

''We will give rupees 1 Lakh to anyone who helps Geeta, find her parents.'' Sushma said.

''At times she becomes very emotional and starts crying. My appeal to her parents please come forward and take your daughter .

I assure you we'll not let her become burden on you,'' she said with Geeta by her side.

Swaraj said Geeta, who lived at Edhi Foundation, Karachi, could be from Bihar or Jharkhand and requested chief ministers of both the states-

To ensure that her appeal is shown by all cable TV networks for the next seven days.


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