Visakhapatnam: The pain and heartache of the family members of Professor T. Gopi Krishna finally ended on Wednesday night. His wife Ms T. Kalyani said the rescue of her husband had given a new lease of life to the family and they would never let him to go outside the country at any cost.
Speaking to DC over phone, Ms Kalyani said, “We faced tense moments for a year, and would be awake till 2 am daily expecting a call from the Indian embassy in Libya or officials of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA). Our long wait ended with cheer last night.”
She added, “I now know that outsiders have no future and safety. My husband is an assistant professor of Computer Science and he can get good employment anywhere in India. We will ask him to settle down in the country for a peaceful and comfortable life. We didn’t lose hope for the safe return of my husband. Following the US military operation in Libya, which led to the rescue of my husband and his colleague and best friend, we are hopeful that he will land in India within a week,” she said.
She said that their five-year-old son Sai Eswar and 10-year-old daughter Jahnavi were eagerly waiting to see their father. “I struggled for a year about how to explain things my children. The entire family is happy as he has been rescued,” she added.