Geeta, the young speech and hearing impaired woman who returned to India after being stranded in Pakistan for over a decade, met Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi on Tuesday.

The meeting was arranged at the Chief Minister's official residence during which Mr. Kejriwal interacted with the girl through sign language with the help of a facilitator.

Before meeting the Delhi Chief Minister, Geeta also met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday who played a key role in bringing Geeta back in her motherland, as she was found by senior officials from external affairs ministry and Pakistan high commission in Karachi.

Prime Minister Modi thanked Bilquis Edhi the founder of the Karachi-based Edhi foundation for taking care of Geeta during her stay in Pakistan. He also announced to offer Rs. 1 crore to the foundation. "Welcome back home, Geeta. It is truly wonderful to have you back home... All of India will take care of you," Modi said and assured that every effort would be made to trace her family.

Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj also expressed her gratitude towards the Pakistan government and NGO that took care of the young woman all these years.

Geeta lost her way in Pakistan 15 years ago when she was just 7-years old child. Geeta who is hearing and speech impaired was spotted by Pakistani Rangers at Lahore Railway Station 15 years ago. She was handed over to an NGO called Edhi foundation, run by Abdul Sattar Edhi and wife Bilquis Edhi in Karachi. Since, she was not able to give her name out; Bilquis Edhi began calling her by name Geeta. After, efforts made by Foreign Minister Sushma Sawarj the young woman has been brought to her motherland back from Pakistan after 15 years. But, still she couldn't recognize her family yet.

Janardhan Mahato with his family who lived in small village in Bihar claimed that Geeta is his daughter and belong to his family, he claims that Geeta is his long-lost daughter Hira. Mahato said, "DNA test will prove that Geeta is his daughter."

While, Geeta is feeling glad and happy when she received warm welcome from her motherland India after returning from Pakistan, which she expressed through her sign language in a press conference held with Foriegn Minister Sushma Swaraj. Even India "whole-heartedly" thanked Pakistani government who allowed sending her back to her motherland India.