New Delhi: An Indian-origin woman in Germany has tweeted a video to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj seeking her help to return to India.
The woman, who identifies herself as Gurpreet Kaur, claimed that she is a resident of Faridabad in Haryana and has been kept along with her 7-yr-old daughter in a refugee camp in Germany by her husband's family.
Gurpreet said that she and her daughter wanted to go back to India as soon as possible and claimed that she was taken to Germany by her in-laws in a fraudulent way. She, however, did not mention where she is staying now.
On noticing the tweet, Sushma Swaraj immediately stepped in to help the distressed woman.
"We will help you," Swaraj tweeted, adding that the Indian Consulate General in Frankfurt is handling the matter and that he has even spoken to her father also.
"Gurpreet - I have got the report from our Embassy in Germany," Swaraj tweeted.
Swaraj is known for ensuring prompt help to distressed Indians abroad. Recently, she had tweeted that Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh will handle the problems of the diaspora.