The body of a 24-year-old woman has been found after she was stoned to death in an honour killing in Pakistan.
National Highway and Motorway Police found a mutilated body with severe head injuries near the Indus Highway on June 27.
Local police were able to identify the body of that of Waziran who lived in the village of Wadda Chachar.
It is believed the woman, Waziran, had been pelted with stones and repeatedly hit with a wooden stick in Jamshoro and police are treating her death as an honour killing.
24-year-old Waziran from the Wadda Chachar village in Pakistan was stoned to death on June 27 in what Sindh police are treating as an honour killing
Sindh Police say that the woman’s father, Gurl Muhammed initially testified that her death had been an accident but later retracted his statement, alleging that she had been killed by her husband Allah Baksh and his brother Kareem.
He has been seen crying for justice beside his daughter’s grave.
Both men have been and arrested and remain in police custody.
In a statement, Allah Baksh alleges that her own family were responsible for the stoning because they did not approve of Waziran’s decision to marry him.
A three-man joint investigation team are looking continue to investigate the incident.
A video purportedly showing Waziran’s grieving father, Gurl Muhammed, crying for justice beside her grave after she was stoned to death in Pakistan
The grave of Waziran where her father was apparently seen crying for justice after she was killed in what police are calling an honour killing