UK MPs back probe over Sikh woman’s alleged honour killing

UK MPs have backed a family’s campaign for a new investigation into the alleged honour killing of a British Sikh woman while she was on holiday in India.
Seeta Kaur, who has been named for the first time this week after her case emerged earlier this month, was a mother of four who died in “highly suspicious circumstances” in March 2015 after refusing to allow one of her sons to be adopted by her childless brother-in-law, during a trip to Haryana.
Her UK-based family, including twin sister Geeta, claim the 33-year-old was the victim of “a classic case of honour killing” with MPs Naz Shah and Kate Osamor now backing them at an event in the British Parliament complex to launch the ‘Justice for Seeta’ campaign this week.

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