Three days have passed after Judith D’Souza went missing from Kabul, leaving her family members worried and waiting anxiously for her return to Kolkata. Her family members went to church on Sunday morning and prayed for her safe return.
Judith’s brother, Jerome D’Souza said that they want nothing at this moment apart from Judith. Her family members had also sought help from the Missionaries of Charity. Her neighbours are also equally worried and visit her parents often. Her brother expressed satisfaction over the steps taken by the Centre to bring back Judith.
External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj had tweeted: “She is your sister and India’s daughter. We are doing everything to rescue her. Please take care of your sick father”.
The only important thing for her family at present is to receive a phone call stating her safety. But the Indian Embassy at Kabul is yet to give any information about the development in connection with the abduction case of Judith.
The state government has not left any stone unturned to support Judith’s family members. Trinamool Congress’s spokesperson, Derek O’Brien is in constant touch with the Centre to garner information about the recent developments in the case. Judith had worked for various groups and institutions in places including Puducherry, Tamil Nadu and Odisha after completing her Masters in Social Work from a University in Mumbai.