High profile officials in Pakistan said on Monday that a magistrate court in Punjab province has decided to extend remanding of three persons for allegations linked to stoning a 10 year-old girl to death.\r\n\r\nParents of the victims were among the suspects who murdered the girl for an honor crime.\r\n\r\nFarouq Reza, local chief police, said that a\u00a0 magistrate court at Dadu District in Punjab \u00a0province, ordered to probe the parents along a clerk for that crime.\r\n\r\nHe added that it was traded that the parents and other relatives stoned the girl on November 22.\r\n\r\nThey doubted that she was attempting to run away to get married.\r\n\r\nReza pointed out that the cops are conducting further investigations to spot more suspects.\r\n\r\nHe implied that the village council might have decide to stone the little girl as that is a wide-spread habit the rural and inner parts of the country.\r\n\r\n<a href="https:\/\/see.news\/egyptian-pakistani-jordanian-joint-drills-fajr-al-sharq-1-concluded\/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">https:\/\/see.news\/egyptian-pakistani-jordanian-joint-drills-fajr-al-sharq-1-concluded\/<\/a>\r\n\r\nThe tribal customary laws impose harsh penalties on criminals who commit offences such as rape or lynching.\r\n\r\nIn another case, a 26-year-old woman was recently murdered by her mother and brothers in a small Pakistani town because she married against their wishes. DW examines her story and looks at brutal "honor killings" in the Islamic country.\r\n\r\nAs soon as he discovered Madiha's dead body on a farm, a local peasant called the local police station to report it. The 26-year-old girl had been brutally murdered, with her throat cut repeatedly and her body covered in knife wounds.\r\n\r\n<a href="https:\/\/www.dw.com\/en\/a-daughter-killed-by-her-family-a-story-of-love-and-honor\/a-46362212" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">https:\/\/www.dw.com\/en\/a-daughter-killed-by-her-family-a-story-of-love-and-honor\/a-46362212<\/a>\r\n\r\nMadiha belonged to a community in Naushehra Warkan, a small town in Pakistan's eastern Punjab province. She was brutally killed because she wanted to marry a man of her choice.\r\n\r\n"Her parents were against the marriage. Initial investigations indicate that her mother and two brothers murdered her in the name of 'honor'," Ali Akbar, a local police officer, told DW.\r\n\r\nLocals say Madiha had eloped with her lover four years ago. A few days prior to her killing, her parents had reached out to Madiha through her elder sister and assured her that if she returned home, the family would welcome her with open arms.\r\n\r\n"We met her and told her to come back. We told her that we forgave her [for getting married]. On the way back, my two sons stopped the motorbike and told me to stay there. Then they took Madiha to the farm and killed her," Iqbal Bibi, Madiha's mother, told DW from the police station over the phone.\r\n\r\nMadiha's mother and brothers admitted to the crime and say that Madiha had "dishonored" the family by eloping with her lover.