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Swaraj helps couple get passports for disabled daughters

 Agencies |  2017-01-24 17:31:28.0  |  New Delhi

A day after a septuagenarian couple approached External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj with a petition seeking waiving physical appearance requirement for their two disabled daughters for getting passports, she conveyed to the parents that the girls need not go anywhere and their travel documents will delivered at their home.

"Your daughters do not have to go anywhere. The Passports will reach your house...," Swaraj tweeted. The couple had approached the minister through Change.org saying for 40 years they have been taking care of their disabled daughters.

"I am 70 and my husband is 75. We don't know how much longer we can take care of them. My younger daughter R Sarvani is 90 per cent disabled and cannot move. The elder daughter R Gayathridevi is 72 per cent disabled, when she walks, she often slips and falls and needs constant assistance," the petition had said.

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