A Dutch woman, who had gone missing in Rishikesh last week, has been found there and is being brought to Delhi, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said.On Sunday, family of Sabine Harmes, 32, had requested Swaraj to help them locate her, four days after she went missing. “My officers have located the missing Dutch girl Sabine Harmes. She is presently in Swatantra Ashram, Rishikesh. Our Regional Passport Dahradun has met her. She appears to be mentally disturbed,” Swaraj tweeted.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The minister on Sunday had asked the Uttarakhand government to trace the woman. “She received treatment at the Nirmal and Jolly Grant hospitals for injuries on her legs. We are informing her family/Embassy about this,” said Swaraj.Sabine’s sister Suzanne Lugano, in a tweet to Swaraj, had sought her intervention in the case. Responding to a tweet by Sabine on Monday, the External Affairs Minister said Indian Embassy in Netherlands will contact her and give her a visa to visit India.Suzanne, who lives in Nijmegen in The Netherlands, said Sabrina had attended a gathering of a ‘guru’ named Mooji and, when she did not return to the hostel on Wednesday, her roommates contacted the police.

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Missing Dutch woman traced in Rishikesh: Sushma Swaraj