The family of a girl from Birmingham whose organs were removed after she died on holiday have heard more bad news from India.
Parents of an 8-year-old girl want an investigation after she died in a clinic in India and had her organs removed without them knowing.
A doctor from the Midlands has spoke to Central News about the humbling experience of helping to treat thousands of people in the Punjab.
A memorial service is being held in Birmingham today for a girl who died in a clinic in India.
Gurkiren Kaur Loyal from Ladywood fell ill during a family trip to the country in April and went to hospital to be treated for dehydration.
The 8-year-old's parents claim she was given an injection, but medics refused to tell them what it was.
She died shortly afterwards.
When her body was flown back, Gurkiren's family realised that her organs had been removed.
Today's memorial event is happening in Centenary Square in Birmingham between 4:30pm and 7:30pm.
Those who attend are being asked to wear red or pink - Gurkiren's two favourite colours.
The family and friends of Gurkiren Kaur, from Birmingham, who died in a clinic in India, will be lighting candles in her memory at an event being held on Saturday 22 June.
Gurkiren, who was 8, went to hospital to be treated for dehydration. She later died. When her body was flown back, her family realised her organs had been removed
Earlier this month, her parents met the Foreign Office minister to call on the government for help in getting them returned.
The memorial event will take place on Saturday from 4.30pm-7.00pm at Centenary Square in Birmingham.
Everyone who attends is asked to wear red or pink - as these were Gurkiren's favourite colours.
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Keith Wilkinson reports.
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The parents of an eight-year-old girl from Birmingham whose organs were taken away following her sudden death in India are calling on the government for help in getting them returned to this country.
Gurkiren Loyal's family want an inquest to be held here to clear up the mystery of why she died. They've written to David Cameron and today met with a Foreign office minister. Our political correspondent Alison Mackenzie reports.