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Real story of Munni and Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Call it a coincidence or power of true prayers or simply a miracle, you can call it anything but what happened, is for certainly - happened with a reason and for a reason.
A human right activist from Pakistan, also an expert adviser to UN (Geneva, Switzerland) on human rights Mr. Ansar Burney found a deaf and mute girl of age 18-19, four years back, with her foster parent Abdul Sattar Edhi and Bilquis Edhi who also runs a welfare trust.
Bhaijaan Ansar Burney with Geeta or Guddi(Munni)
Bhaijaan Ansar Burney with Geeta aka Guddi

How it all happened - the story of Guddy aka Geeta.
The girl is deaf and dumb but had learned some Hindi reading and writing when she was 7. The girl anyhow boards the train Samjhauta Express which runs between New Delhi and Lahore. The girl reaches Lahore railway station, she is around 7 to 8 years old crying on the platform. Police found her on the station and moved her to a shelter home, she shifted from one shelter home to another and finally reaches to the founder of a welfare trust, Mr Abdul Sattar Edhi.
Geeta or Guddi in Pakistan
Geeta or Guddi in Pakistan

Abdul Sattar informs about this girl to a human right activist Mr Ansar Burney. Mr Ansar Burney tries all his means using social network, advertisement and almost everything he could to make her meet her parents which she points lives somewhere in Jharkhand or Telangana in India.

Mr Burney's tweets:

Mr Burney even came to India in around 2011-12 and tried broadcasting about her, so that her parents can recognize her and meet their child. But failed in his attempt.

We are very much familiar with movies based on true stories or Mobile games based on movies, but a movie story turned true had never been heard before.
On 17th of July, Salman Khan starer +Bajrangi Bhaijaan Movie released in India and Pakistan. The movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan has an almost similar plot where a Pakistani little girl gets abandoned in India and is found by #Bajrangi Bhaijaan (Salman Khan) who swear to make her to her parents in Pakistan.

After the movie got smashing success Ansar Burney who also watched movie got new hope and retried with all means. This time the govt of India heard his voice and Promised to help in every possible way.
Minister of External affairs Mrs Sushma Swaraj tweets and lend her full support to bring back the girl(Geeta named by her foster parents Bilquis Edhi).



We pray for Geeta's safe return and hope she very soon meet her own parents in India.

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