Giving evidence about the family situation in the run up to the robbery Ms Ahmed said:
I felt I was going down the same path as my sister Shafilea had in terms of going to Pakistan, to be married, it was a lot of pressure. Pressure from my parents with suitors being brought to the house.
Ms Ahmed told how she turned down marriage to one man from Bradford whose family visited the home. She said she knew little about the man apart from her potential suitor had seen her at a wedding. She said she did not want to get married at that time.
I don't even know the person so I wasn't happy with it.
Once she turned down the proposal the family began to talk of Pakistan. She said: "Constantly I was told to go to Pakistan it was just absolutely constant." She said as a result her relationship with her family completely broke down.
The sister of Shafilea Ahmed said the events surrounding the teenager's death had "haunted" her for seven years.
The sister of Shafilea Ahmed broke down in tears as she described the moment she witnessed her parents allegedly murdering her sister.
On the second day of the trial into the death of Shafilea Ahmed, her sister Alesha has described her abusive relationship with her parents