British Pakistani bride fled forced marriage and took legal action against her DAD to wed her true love

A law student fled Britain to marry in secret – then got police to take out an order against her dad to stop him forcing her into an arranged marriage.
Thaleel Sheraz, 20, feared for her safety after defying her family by marrying Ali Ahmed, 24, in Pakistan.
They tied the knot after she carried out a daring plan to escape the influence of her family.
Thaleel served her dad breakfast at home in London then broke into his safe to grab her Pakistan ID card before heading to Heathrow.
She arrived in Islamabad at 3am and by 9am she and Ali, a mechanic, were married.
Their union came after she refused to marry another man chosen by her family – and amid fear of violence from relatives.