KARACHI - The United Nations (UN) has taken the notice of frequent killing of women on account of honour killing (Karo Kari) in different parts of Pakistan, The Nation learnt here on Thursday. According to a well-informed source in Federal Interior Ministry, In-charge World Women Monitoring at the United Nation, Mr. Yakinerturk has sent a letter to the federal interior ministry showing grave concern over the growing incidents of honour killing in Pakistan. It was also learnt that the UN has asked for the copies of registered cases and detailed progress reports of ten 'Karo Kari' cases that took place last year across the country. The names of the victim women in those cases include Saba killed in the jurisdiction of Peerabad Police Station Karachi, Zarina Mirani of Shah Latif PS Karachi, Inayat Khatoon of Check police station Shikarpur, Sakina Khatoon of Lahore, Naseema Ichchra Lahore, Rehana Sofiabad Lahore, Safiya Siyalkot, Saba Multan, Sahzadi Faisalabad and Amjada of Swat, NWFP. The source further said that Federal Interior Ministry has asked the concerned provincial home departments to prepare submit the reports of these cases immediately.