‘I can see what my baby looked like’ – Devastated Sara Sharif’s mother Said.

Sara Sharif’s Tragic Story The mother of 10-year-old Sara Sharif has shared the heartbreaking ordeal of identifying her daughter’s lifeless body at the mortuary. She revealed that she could hardly recognize Sara due to the extensive bruising and swelling. Sara’s body was discovered at a property in Woking, Surrey, after her father called the police from Pakistan on August 10. A subsequent post-mortem examination revealed that Sara had suffered “multiple and extensive injuries” over a prolonged period leading up to her tragic death.

Tragic Circumstances Sara was residing with her father, Urfan Sharif, and his partner, Beinash Batool, at the time of her passing. Her father, along with Beinash Batool and his brother, Faisal Malik, left for Islamabad on August 9, accompanied by five children aged between one and 13 years. Sadly, Sara was left behind, and her grandfather revealed that her death was initially described as an “accident.”

Search for Answers Surrey Police and authorities in Pakistan are actively seeking information to piece together Sara’s lifestyle and circumstances leading up to her death. It has been established that Sara was known to Surrey County Council. While there is no formal extradition treaty between the UK and Pakistan, legal experts suggest that an extradition request related to Sara’s death is unlikely to be blocked by the Pakistani government.

Urgent Plane Tickets and Mysterious Departure Intriguingly, Urfan Sharif contacted a friend who owned a money transfer shop to obtain eight last-minute one-way plane tickets on August 8. He claimed the urgency was due to the death of a cousin and expressed the need to fly to Islamabad promptly. The next day, Sharif, along with Beinash Batool and Faisal Malik, departed the UK on a British Airways flight with five of the couple’s children. Tragically, Sara was left behind, and her lifeless body was discovered upon their arrival in Pakistan.

A Friend’s Recollection The friend who provided the plane tickets, Nadeem Riaz, reported that Sharif sounded normal and not noticeably different from his usual self during their conversation. After Sharif’s call, Riaz sent a message inquiring about the type of tickets required, to which Sharif responded with a simple “one way.” Riaz had known Sharif for 11 years and had previously assisted with travel arrangements. He has been cooperating with the police in their investigation into Sara’s death.

Heart-Wrenching Emotions Expressing his grief, Riaz shared that in the days following the incident, he felt immense sadness whenever he looked at his own six-year-old daughter, empathizing with the tragic loss of Sara. He couldn’t fathom how anyone could leave their child behind in such circumstances.

Ongoing International Manhunt The international search for Urfan Sharif, Beinash Batool, and Faisal Malik is still underway. Pakistani authorities claimed that they were not alerted to search for the relatives until five days after Sara’s lifeless body was discovered. The full interview with Sara Sharif’s mother will be broadcast on the Polish TV program, providing further insight into this heart-wrenching tragedy.

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