A former Pakistani dancing girl and acid attack victim Fakhra Younus,33, was laid to rest in defence area of Karachi, Pakistan, after she leapt to her death from a sixth story apartment building in Rome, Italy, last week.
Younus, took her life 12 years after the acid attack which she said left her 'not human'.
The horrific attack almost completely melted her nose and breasts, fused her lips, burned off her hair, blinded her in one eye and destroyed her left ear and she has since undergone 39 separate surgical procedures to repair her disfigured face over the past decade.
She moved to Italy after the incident to live in Rome and continue her treatment.
At the time of attack in May 2000, her ex-husband Bilal Khar, the son of a wealthy former Punjab Chief Minister Ghulam Mustafa Khar, was the man accused of pouring acid over Younus's face as she slept at her mother's house.
In her last message before committing suicide, Younas had written that she was committing suicide over the silence of law on the atrocities and insensitivity of Pakistani rulers.