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Indore: Signs say Geeta is now confident

Geeta appeared before journalists during Sushma Swaraj’s press conference in Indore in dark pink suit and matching accessories.

indore Updated: Nov 24, 2015 13:12 IST
Geeta poses with the members of the IDBA and foreign minister Sushma Swaraj in Indore on Monday.
Geeta poses with the members of the IDBA and foreign minister Sushma Swaraj in Indore on Monday.(Shankar Mourya/HT Photo)

Geeta appeared before journalists during Sushma Swaraj’s press conference in Indore in dark pink suit and matching accessories.

She waved to the media and the schoolchildren at the institute before taking her seat on the dais beside the minister, she looked confident and happy.

Geeta had arrived at Indore Deaf Bilingual Academy (IDBA) on October 28.

Social justice department’s nodal officer and Geeta’s teacher Bharat Singh Gaud said, “When I saw her for the first time she appeared to be a little tensed and under confident. But today she can be seen interacting with the media and in fact taking a step further and using sign language to put forward her thoughts to the media. She has comfortably settled in the institute.”

At the institute, Geeta introduced Swaraj to her new friends, again expressed a wish to meet Salman Khan and showed a painting of popular cartoon series ‘Chota Bheem’ she made and gestured that Salman was Bheem.

“We have been trying to help her recollect her childhood memories. Almost every day we receive pictures from varied sources of people claiming to be Geeta’s parents. Till we find her parents she will be with us,” said IDBA manager Monica Punjabi.