In the case of Sara, a 10-year-old Pakistani girl who was allegedly killed in England by her father and stepmother, a case was registered in the Lahore High Court for the handover of the step-siblings of the murdered girl, reports Geo.

On the order of the London High Court, Surrey County Council filed a case in Lahore High Court, stating in the petition that Sarah’s half-siblings in Pakistan should be handed over to the British government. Five of her half-siblings are currently in Pakistan.

Pakistani police arrested Sara’s father, mother, and uncle from Jhelum and all three returned to Britain and were arrested.


According to the British media, the hearing of Sara’s murder will be held in London High Court in September 2024.