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Who is Sara Sharif’s father Urfan Sharif and where is he now?

URFAN Sharif has been in the headlines after cops wanted to bring him in for questioning over Sara Sharif’s death.

But who is Urfan and how much do we know about him? Here’s everything you need to know.


Sara’s dad Urfan Sharif is reportedly returning to the UK[/caption]

Who is Urfan Sharif? 

Urfan Sharif, 41, is the father of Sara Sharif.


Little Sara, 10, was found dead at her home in Woking, Surrey, on August 10.

Urfan Sharif and partner Beinash Batool, 29, had already fled the UK for Pakistan when the schoolgirl was found a day later.

Urfan and Batool left Britain with his brother Faisal Malik and five children aged between one and 13, before reportedly going into hiding.

Interpol launched an international manhunt for the trio with police in Pakistan liasing with cops in the UK.


Surrey Police said they wanted to speak to Urfan and the pair who were living with Sara before her death.

Where is Urfan Sharif now? 

Urfan Sharif travelled to Pakistan on August 9.

But on September 13 he was reported to be flying back to Britain after surrendering to cops.

Urfan, Batool and Mailk were said to have travelled on an Emirates flight today from Sialkot in the Punjab to Dubai.


The trio are due to transfer from Dubai to London Gatwick – where they are due to land this evening.

It has not yet been confirmed that they boarded the flight in Dubai.

Sources in Pakistan report that they surrendered to authorities in order to be allowed to return to the UK, following negotiations through a lawyer.

Sialkot police spokesperson Khan Mudassir said three people had been arrested and flown to the UK, the Associated Press reported.


What happened to Sara Sharif?

Sara Sharif’s body was found at a home in Woking on August 10, sparking a murder investigation.

Her body was found after her father Urfan called 999 from Pakistan.

A post-mortem examination found she had suffered “multiple and extensive injuries” over a “sustained and extended” period of time.

Cops previously found Sara’s five siblings, who are aged between on and 13, after a raid at their grandfather’s home in Jhelum.


An inquest on August 29 heard that Sara’s death is “likely to be unnatural”.

The inquest did not determine a cause of death and was adjourned until 29 February 2024 so police can continue with their investigations.

September 13, 2023 at 09:26PM

from The Sun


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