The development comes when government efforts to trace Geeta's biological parents have yielded no result so far.
The Indore district administration has sent Geeta's blood samples to Hyderabad's Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) on orders of the ministry of external affairs, a Madhya Pradesh government official, who did not wish to be named, told PTI Bhasha.
Since Geeta's return in October 2015, more than 10 families from different parts of India have claimed that she is their missing daughter. But none of these claims could be verified in the DNA tests.
Geeta's DNA sample has been kept secure at the Delhi laboratory.
The government is also trying to find a suitable match for Geeta.
A fortnight ago, Geeta met six suitors from different parts of the country but she did not agree marry any of them.
These suitors were chosen from among those who had responded to a Facebook advert put out in this regard.
Geeta is currently staying in a shelter home run by an NGO, Mook Badhir Sangathan, under the supervision of the state's social justice and disabled persons welfare department.
She was found by Pakistan Rangers on the Samjhauta Express at Lahore railway station when she was around seven years old. Karachi-based Edhi Foundation looked after her while she was in Pakistan.
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