A woman of age 24 was astoned to death by her own husband and his brother in a brutal killing in Pakistan.
National Police found a body with severe
head injuries near the Indus Highway at the ending of June 27. They were able to
identify the body of Waziran who lived in the village of Wadda Chachar.
The local police investigated the woman was pelted with stones and hit with a wooden object during the attack in Jamshoro.
In a video shared online, Waziran’s grieving father, Gurl Muhammed, was
seen crying for justice beside her grave after the incident.
Authorities say the man 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.
Both Allah Baksh and his brother Kareem 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
A three-man joint investigation team have been set up to investigate the incident which police are treating as honour killing.
Honour killing is described as the killing of a relative, especially a
girl or a woman, who is perceived to have brought dishonour on the
family and it’s common in Pakistan.