urrey Police mentioned they’re working to safe the secure return of 10-year-old Sara Sharif’s 5 siblings from Pakistan.
The power mentioned it had been working with Surrey County Council and worldwide authorities after a Pakistani courtroom dominated the youngsters could be quickly moved to a authorities childcare facility on Tuesday.
It’s unclear the place the youngsters will in the end be despatched or for a way lengthy they might be saved within the facility.
The kids, aged between one and 13 years previous, travelled to Pakistan on August 9 with Sara’s father Urfan Sharif, his associate Beinash Batool and Urfan’s brother, Faisal Malik.
Sara was discovered lifeless at her dwelling in Woking after officers had been known as from Pakistan by her father at about 2.50am on August 10, Surrey Police beforehand mentioned.
A autopsy examination discovered she had suffered “a number of and intensive accidents” over a “sustained and prolonged” time frame.
Detective Superintendent Mark Chapman, from the Surrey Police and Sussex Police Main Crime Crew, mentioned: “The security and welfare of those 5 kids has at all times been a precedence for us. A courtroom listening to as we speak has dominated that they are going to be taken to a Pakistani authorities childcare facility and we are going to proceed to assist our companions in making certain that the welfare of the 5 kids stays a precedence.
“Our inquiries stay ongoing to find Urfan Sharif, Beinash Batool and Faisal Malik, who we want to converse to as a part of our inquiries into Sara’s dying.
“We’re persevering with to liaise with our worldwide companions, together with Interpol, the International, Commonwealth and Improvement Workplace and the Nationwide Crime Company, to find out the following steps.
“We stay completely dedicated to conducting an intensive investigation into Sara’s dying.”
The kids had been taken from the house of Sara’s grandfather Muhammad in a police raid at his property in Jhelum, Pakistan, on Monday, earlier than later being returned.
Witness accounts from the scene mentioned officers broke CCTV cameras on the property, stopped visitors and prevented passers-by from filming the incident.
On Tuesday, the youngsters had been carried by members of the family into courtroom for round 40 minutes earlier than being moved to a different courtroom as authorities tried to resolve on their subsequent steps, the BBC reported.
Muhammad Sharif advised the BBC he had been hiding the youngsters in his dwelling, however didn’t specify for a way lengthy.
Final week, Sara’s stepmother Ms Batool spoke publicly for the primary time because the lady was discovered lifeless.
In a clip of the footage posted on-line by Sky, Ms Batool described Sara’s dying as “an incident” and mentioned she and Mr Sharif are keen to co-operate with UK authorities over the case.
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