Given the lack of a positive response from officials of Saudi Arabia, the Delhi High Court today asked the Indian Consulate to "explore other options" to facilitate the repatriation of the buried mortal remains of a Hindu migrant to India (Anju Sharma v. Union of India)..Remarking that "one cannot wait endlessly", a Single Judge Bench of Justice Prathiba M Singh also asked the Consulate in Saudi Arabia to provide assistance to the deceased's family in approaching any other authority there. .The Court said, "There has to be some higher pressure. This cannot go on like this.".The Court's direction came in response to the Union Ministry of External Affairs' (MEA) statement that while efforts are being made by Indian officials to facilitate the repatriation, they are yet to hear back from the Saudi officials on the issue. .Director of the Consulate, Passport & Visa Division, MEA told the Court, "We followed up on the telephone, WhatsApp. Reply is awaited. We are yet to receive any response...Embassy is doing their best but is not in the position to convey any date.".Widow of Hindu Indian migrant moves Delhi High Court for repatriation of buried mortal remains of husband from Saudi Arabia .While the Court suggested that the Indian Consulate in Jeddah move the courts there for an appropriate direction, Sharma stated, "The Embassy can't approach court, the family can.".The Court, however, responded that the family would not have the resources to do so. .It nonetheless proceeded to ask the Consulate to explore and assist the family with respect to any other legal remedies available to them while continuing to follow up on the request. .Advocate Subhash Chandran KR appeared for the petitioner, who is the deceased's wife. .The mater will be heard next on April 8.