Three men have responded to an advert seeking a match for Geeta, a deaf-and-mute girl who returned from Pakistan after accidentally landing in that country when she was a child.
"I met Swaraj on April 8. She asked me to search for Geeta's long-lost parents, and also to look for a right match for her," he said.
He put up a post on a Facebook page, originally created to search for Geeta's parents, on April 10.
The 'advert' said they were looking for a "good and smart deaf boy", age above 25 years, for "India's daughter Geeta".
The post elicited response from three men. One of them is from Madhya Pradesh, while other two are from Gujarat and Delhi, respectively, Purohit said.
He has informed the Ministry of External Affairs about these responses, he said.
Geeta is staying in a facility run by Muk-Badhir Sangathan, an NGO, here. The MP Social Justice Department is her caretaker.
So far more than ten couples from different parts of India have claimed that Geeta is their lost daughter, but none of them could establish the claim.
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