A man allegedly stoned his 24-year-old wife to death with the help of his brother in a so-called honour killing.
The victim, identified only as Waziran in foreign media reports, was found near Pakistan’s Indus Highway on June 27, close to the village of Wadda Chachar.
She was allegedly killed in the city of Jamshoro in Pakistan’s Sindh district.
Waziran’s body was mutilated and severe head injuries had been inflicted.
Her dad Gul Muhammad initially told police that her death was an accident.
However, he later retracted his statement and alleged she was killed by her husband Allah Baksh and his brother Kareem Baksh.
Both men have been arrested and remain in police custody.
Pakistani human rights lawyer Ayaz Latif Palijo shared a video on Twitter purporting to show Waziran’s dad weeping over her grave.
He wrote: “The rural feudal and tribal areas of Pakistan have been turned into killing fields for women.”
Last month, a 19-year-old Iranian woman was allegedly beheaded by her husband after she ran away from him days after they got married.
The 23-year-old man tracked her down after a year of searching, Iran International TV reported.
He afterwards handed himself into police in the city of Abadan, holding a bloody knife and telling officers that he had killed his wife due to infidelity.
He reportedly beheaded the woman and left her decapitated body next to the Bahmanshir River.
Police said in a statement: “A young bride ran away from home with another man two days after the wedding a year ago.
“The young groom searched for his wife for a year until he found her in Mashhad and gave himself to her under the pretext that he had forgiven her.”
The tragedy took place in the Khuzestan province of Iran.