The teenage daughter of a woman murdered in a so-called “honour killing” has called for the killers to be brought to justice.

Surjit Athwal died in 1998 after her husband and mother-in-law arranged for her murder.

The pair were convicted of Surjit's murder in September last year.

However her daughter, 17-year-old Pavanpreet, has called for those who actually killed her mother “to be put behind bars.”

In an interview with the BBC, she says how she wants “complete justice” for what happened to her mother.

During the trial last year, the court heard how mother-in-law Bachan Athwal, of Willow Tree Lane, Hayes disapproved of Surjit's “westernised lifestyle”.

Her husband Sukhdave Athwal, 43, and Bachan, plotted to murder the mother-of-two on a family holiday in India in December 1998 and cash in on her life insurance.

Although Bachan was order to serve a minimum of 20 years behind bars, and Sukhdave a minimum of 27 years, Pavanpreet still wants to attackers to be convicted.