11 years ago, a deaf and mute Indian girl disappeared from her uncle's home in Chhapra dustrict of Bihar in the year 2004 and mysteriously found her way to Pakistan. There are elements in this story which are very close to Kabir Khan's blockbuster film Bajrangi Bhaijaan, starring actor Salman Khan. The popularity of the film across the border had awakened a new search for the lost girl's famliy in India.
Named Geeta by members of the Edhi Foundation in Karachi, the girl was first brought there by the Punjab Rangers almost 14 years ago after all efforts to trace her family and parents were unsuccessful. But after a new surge of telecasting Geeta's photograph across Indian television screens owning to the success of BB, a couple from Uttar Pradesh have come forward to claim that Geeta aka Savita is their missing daughter and that they recognise her from the pictures shown on news channels!
Ananra Devi and husband Ramraj Gautam claim that they had left Savita, then a four-year-old daughter with her brother Narain Das in Chhapra district of Bihar in 2004, the IG said. a few days later, Savita went missing and a report was also lodged with the police station concerned, said a report in bollywoodlife.com
The district administration in Uttar Pradesh has been asked to verify the claims of the woman Anara Devi and get in touch with the police in Chhapra to check if the missing complaint was lodged with them, the IG said. Ironically, the Pratapgarh family, however, is not the first family to claim Geeta as their daughter.
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