Muhammad Iqbal told the BBC that police watched as his pregant wife was stoned to death outside a Lahore court.
Farzana Parveen was three months pregnant when she was stoned to death.
The family beat Farzana with bricks until she died on the pavement.
The BBC reported:
The husband of a Pakistani woman stoned to death in broad daylight outside a Lahore court says police stood by and did nothing to stop the attack.
Farzana Parveen, who was three months pregnant, was killed by her family on Tuesday for marrying a man she loved.
“We were shouting for help; nobody listened,” her husband, Muhammad Iqbal, told the BBC.
Correspondents say there are hundreds of so-called “honour killings” of women in Pakistan each year.
UN human rights chief Navi Pillay said she was “deeply shocked” and urged Pakistan’s government to take “urgent and strong measures”.
“I do not even wish to use the phrase ‘honour killing': there is not the faintest vestige of honour in killing a woman in this way.”
Mr Iqbal described the police as “shameful” and “inhuman” for their failure to stop the attack.
“We were shouting for help, but nobody listened. One of my relatives took off his clothes to capture police attention but they didn’t intervene.