"I am delighted that the hard work of the Pakistani authorities, West Yorkshire police and at the British High Commission has paid off. The first extradition from Pakistan to the UK for ten years is an important achievement, and shows the value of British-Pakistani cooperation," said Drew according a statement of the British High Commission issued here.
"I would like, in particular, to thank the Pakistani authorities for all their assistance," he said.
Mohammed Zubair, who was 31 at the time, has been charged with the murders of Imran Khan (27) and Ahmedin Sayed Khyel (35), who were found dead in New Lane, Tong in May 2011.
Mohammed Zubair is due to appear before Bradford Magistrates Court today (Thursday), said the police statement.