‘Pakistan will be judged on getting justice for Samia’ Samia Shahid
by NADEEM BADSHAH THE family of a British woman murdered in Pakistan in 2016 are still awaiting justice and are urging judges to act, an MP has revealed. Naz Shah, Labour MP for Bradford West, has been supporting the family of Samia Shahid, 28, who was raped and attacked in a suspected so-called honour killing. She is planning to write to the chief justice of Pakistan, Mian Saqib Nisar, this week asking him to intervene over the repeated delays in the legal proceedings. Shahid, who grew up in Bradford, died while visiting relatives in the village of Pandori in northern…
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