A 12-year-old girl died after being drugged, raped and drowned in a canal, her family claim as they accuse police in Pakistan of failing to investigate her death.
Police ruled the child, named in reports as Tania, committed suicide, according to Christian news websites.
Reports from Pakistan say the youngster died on January 23, when her body was found in the Upper Chenab Canal in the east of the country.
Her family believe she was drugged and assaulted because her mouth was full of froth and her trousers were ripped.
They also dispute police claims that the youngster, who was a Christian, was suffering from depression.
Her father, Nadeem Gill, told the Pakistan Christian Post: 'Tania was young, happy and full of energy. There is absolutely no way she would take her own life.
'Every day in the evening we would spend an hour talking on Skype she would tell me what she had done through the day and would ask me about my day.
'She was a truly wonderful and loving daughter. I hated being so far away from her but had to feed my family, I earn more in Dubai then I could ever earn in Pakistan where Christians are hated so much.
'Sadly the distance meant I could not be with my daughter when she most needed me.
'Our corrupt police force is preventing justice for my daughter. But I will never give up till her murderer is found.'
It is claimed before she died, Tania left school and got into a vehicle with someone inside who wasn't her mother.
Her family believe that identifying the person she went off with is key to finding her killer, and the family has called on authorities to exhume her body for further examination.