Stanley Pinto, TNN | Mar 23, 2013, 06.48 AM IST
MANGALORE: Chaya Maria Schupp was six when she was adopted by a German couple. At 36, she still yearns to know who she really is, and find the woman who gave birth to her but gave her up, and why. Chaya suspects something amiss.
A resident of Dieburg, 30km from Frankfurt in southern Germany, Chaya has been trying to track her biological mother for years. Now, she is a little more hopeful of meeting her, thanks to the Karnataka high court’s directive to the government to provide all assistance in her long and arduous quest. All she knows is that Ullalholds the key.
Chaya told TOI from Germany: “It’s wonderful; I’m very excited by this verdict . I thank the judge for passing this order so quickly, understanding my turmoil and state of mind. It has rekindled my hope of finding my biological mother . I know police have a lot of power and they will help me.” (more…)