1. Mid shot of Sarwar
2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mohammed Sarwar, British Member of Parliament:
"Obviously, the father made it absolutely clear that Molly, if Molly wanted to leave the country, go back to her mother, Mr Sarwar (referring to himself) can take her today so he will respect the views of the members of their family and I have also managed that Molly has spoken to her mother in Scotland and told her that she is safe, she is happy in Lahore. And obviously we have to have a mutual trust between the family members and this is very unfortunate, that something which was a tragic family dispute blew up out of proportion in the United Kingdom and all the media headlines in print media, and in electronic media were about abduction and kidnapping."
3. Molly Campbell (also known as Misbah Iram Ahmed Rana) sitting with her father Sajad Ahmed Rana on sofa
4. Mid shot of Molly with her father
5. Molly with her older sister Tahima
6. SOUNDBITE: (English/Urdu) Molly Campbell:
"(English) It was my own choice and I really like it here (Urdu) I really like it here. (English) I'm with my dad and I didn't see him for a year and a half so I'm really happy that I'm seeing him now, I'm, living with him. (Urdu) Enough. (English) My mum didn't let me see my dad. My mum didn't let me see my dad for a year and a half, so it wasn't fair, so I'm just living with my dad now. (Urdu) with my father. (English) And I'm enjoying it...its been a week now?"
7. Molly, her sister and father sitting down
The Pakistani father of girl brought here from Scotland against her mother's will, plans to seek legal custody of child, the man's lawyer said on Friday.
Molly Campbell arrived in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore with her father and elder sister last Friday.
Her mother in Scotland alleged that her daughter had been abducted.
Labour party politician of Pakistani orgin, Mohammed Sarwar from Glasgow travelled to Lahore to try to diffuse the situation.
He told reporters that Molly told him she wants to remain in Pakistan.
Sarwar spoke with the girl, Molly Campbell, and her father, Sajad Ahmed Rana days after her mother, who lives in Scotland, claimed that her daughter had been taken to Pakistan against her will.
"This is very unfortunate, that something which was a tragic family dispute blew up out of proportion in the United Kingdom and all the media headlines in print media, and in electronic media were about auction and kidnapping," Sarwar said.
Scottish police said Molly was last seen at her school in Stornoway, the main town on Lewis in the Outer Hebrides Islands, on August 25.
The girl's father visited Stornoway on August 24 and departed later for Glasgow.
The following day, she was met at her school by her elder sister, Tahmina, and they flew from Stornoway to Glasgow before boarding a flight to Lahore.
"It was my own choice and I really like it here," Molly Campbell said, sitting next to her father in Lahore.
"My mum didn't let me see my dad for a year and a half, so it wasn't fair, so I'm just living with my dad now," she said.
Scottish police have said the case could be a violation of the Child Abduction Act and the girl's mother, Louise Campbell, who divorced her husband in 2001, has issued pleas for her return.
Sarwar said the girl's father on Friday offered to let his daughter return to Scotland with the politician, but the daughter, also known as Misbah Iram Ahmed Rana, did not want to leave Pakistan.
Family lawyer Mohammed Basit said a "legal guardian lawsuit" would be filed in the courts either Saturday or Monday and that the father was pursuing interim custody.
Molly's parents were married in a Muslim ceremony in Glasgow in 1984, and had two sons in addition to Tahmina and Molly.
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