“Pakistani Police Rescue Five Children from Grandfather’s Home in Sara Sharif Case”

In a recent development in the Sara Sharif case, Pakistani police have successfully recovered five children belonging to Urfan Sharif. Urfan Sharif, along with his wife and brother, had fled to Pakistan following the tragic death of his 10-year-old daughter, Sara, in Surrey. The children were discovered during a police operation conducted on Monday at Sharif’s father’s residence in the northern city of Jhelum.

Nasir Mehmood Bajwa, a district police officer, shared, “Police with a heavy contingent on Monday evening raided Sharif’s residence in Jhelum and recovered five children. They are healthy and in good condition.”

“Pakistani Police Rescue Five Children from Grandfather’s Home in Sara Sharif Case”

This development comes a month after Urfan Sharif arrived in Pakistan and called the emergency number 999 in the UK to report his daughter’s death at their home in Horsell, near Woking. A post-mortem examination revealed that Sara had suffered “multiple and extensive injuries” over a “sustained and extended” period of time.

Urfan Sharif, aged 41, had gone into hiding along with his wife, Beinash Batool, 29, and their five other children, aged between one and 13, as well as his brother, Faisal Malik, 28. Pakistani authorities have been searching for the family intensively.

Bajwa stated that during the operation, the police forcibly entered the house by breaking the locks of the main gate and seized CCTV cameras. The search for Urfan Sharif, Beinash Batool, and Faisal Malik continues, with Pakistani police conducting raids on more than 20 properties as part of their efforts to locate them.

Raja Haq Nawaz, the Sharif family’s lawyer, expressed his surprise at the discovery of the children in their grandfather’s home, indicating that he was not aware of their whereabouts.

According to a BBC report, a neighbor described the police operation, saying, “Police officers, including female officers, raided the house. They broke the CCTV at the entrance and entered it. While inside, more officers arrived outside and stopped the traffic. They stopped everyone from filming on their mobile phones.”

Muhammad Sharif, Sara’s grandfather, confirmed that he had been hiding the children in his home in the north-eastern city of Jhelum but did not disclose how long they had been there. He had previously denied any contact with his son or knowledge of the family’s location.

In a video released to the media by relatives last week, Urfan Sharif and Beinash Batool appeared, with Batool being the only one to speak. She described Sara’s death as an “incident” and did not provide any further details regarding her stepdaughter or the circumstances surrounding her death. Batool expressed concern for their family in Pakistan and voiced fears that Pakistani police might torture or harm them, which was the reason they had gone into hiding.

“Pakistani Police Rescue Five Children from Grandfather’s Home in Sara Sharif Case”

Muhammad Sharif mentioned negotiations taking place regarding the trio’s safe transfer to UK authorities over the weekend. The case continues to unfold, leaving many questions unanswered about the tragic death of Sara Sharif and the events that followed.

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