Geetha, speech and hearing-impaired woman, who returned to India and staying in Indoor is in search of her parents. As a part of that, she reached Nanded, Maharashtra. Geeta was 7 or 8 years’ old when she was found sitting alone in the Samjhauta Express at Lahore station by Pakistan Rangers around 20 years ago. She was adopted there by a person from the Edhi Foundation. She was brought back to India on October 26, 2015, following efforts made by then external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj, who called her “Hindustan ki beti” (India’s daughter). Geeta, believed to be around 30 years old now, is currently living at the ‘Anand Service Society’, an NGO working for disabled persons, in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore city. Sushma Swaraj met her and assured of finding her parents. But, unfortunately, she passed away and tracing has become very tough now. She conveyed that her home was near a railway station with a hospital, temple and river nearby. A town in Telangana, Baser resembles the same. And this town is just 100 km away from Nanded. From Nanded, there is a train which reaches Amritsar and from Amritsar, Samjhotha express runs.