The family of an 8-year-old girl from Birmingham whose organs were removed after she died on holiday, say they are devastated after hearing more bad news from India.

Three months ago, Gurkiren Kaur Loyal died in mysterious circumstances after being treated for dehydration. She was on holiday with her family in the Punjab.

When Gurkiren was brought back to the UK her organs were missing.

Two weeks ago, on a live Sikh TV channel, Indian authorities told Gurkiren's family her organs had been found. They were elated and we ready to go out to India.

However, two weeks on and it is bad news for the family. They have received an email saying the Indian police cannot release their daughter's organs because of new regulations that has to come from the Indian government.

Gurkiren's family have also been told they need to give reasons why they want her organs.

The Foreign office says it is continuing to provide the family with consular advice.

Yet, Gurkiren's family are worrying that the longer the saga goes on, the further they will be from knowing what happened to their daughter.

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