Yesterday we reported story of Vlada, a young Russian girl who was robbed off her belongings in Kheer Ganga, forced to sell her travel photographs on the streets of Delhi. Her story was shared by on social media by Megha Mathur, a resident of Delhi after which we tried to get in touch with Vlada. When talked to Vlada last evening, she informed she was selling photographs in Connaught Place, when some cops to her in PCR Van.Also Read - Good News For Travel Industry: International Tourism in India Likely to Reopen by THIS Date, Announcement Soon
Today we morning we connected with Vlada again after Megha informed that Vlada has got money arranged and will leave for Russia soon. Vlada, on phone confirmed the same. The cops which took Vlada, after hearing her story helped her with some amount. Till yesterday evening Vlada had collected around Rs 15,000 and rest she got helped through cops. Also Read - Difficult to Bring Back Indians And Willing Afghans Till Kabul Airport Resumes, Says MEA
Vlada who was optimistic about getting home before her visa expires on August 11, 2016 now seem happy and thankful to everyone who came out for help. In her thankful voice she said, “Indian people very good. Please convey everyone that everything is fine now”. Also Read - Rajasthan Makes Misbehaviour With Toursits Cognizable Offence, Non-Bailable One For Repeated Offenders
Vlada came to India for travel and while she was in Kheer Ganga, she got robbed off her belongings, but had her passport safe with her. She even approached embassies for help but was asked to arrange money. She could not have asked her family also because they cannot afford the ticket as well. After we reported the story many reached out to help her and tweeted Vlada’s story to Indian Ministry of External Affairs. All this turned out to bring in attention and the help required.(ALSO READ: Shame! This Russian woman got robbed in Kullu, now forced to sell her photographs in streets of Delhi)
The pleasant news of Vlada soon going back home strengthens are faith in Incredible India. Yes, it was shameful that she had to face this here in the nation, but Vlada is thankful to people of India for she will now be able to return home to her family.
We thank our readers who shared Vlada’s story and came out for help.