Indore/ New Delhi, Oct 27 (ANI): Children at an institute for deaf and mute, in Indore city, are excited on Tuesday to welcome Geeta, an Indian woman who returned to India after being stranded in Pakistan for over a decade. Geeta will be kept in this institution till her real family is found. Geeta, who wandered over one of the world’s most militarised borders, arrived home on Monday but failed to recognise the family she has identified from photographs. The children at Indore deaf bilingual academy made cards, decorated the institute, and got gifts ready to welcome Geeta. The children further said it would be interesting to know what she learned during her stay in Pakistan. Meanwhile, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan thanked Pakistan for keeping ‘India’s daughter’ safe. Geeta’s arrival came after Indian and Pakistani forces exchanged fire along a 100 km (60 mile) stretch of their frontier overnight.
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