Byline: By Catherine LiLLington Staff reporter
Calls from police chiefs to offer new identities to women fleeing the threat of so-called honour killings could potentially save hundreds of lives in Birmingham, according to a charity set up to help victims.
Jasvinder Sanghera, who set up Karma Nirvana after she survived a forced marriage, said she has to fight to get girls into a witness protection scheme and has not managed it yet.
The AssociationofChief Police Officers said the schemes should be opened to potential victims of family violence.
Ms Sanghera said: "I welcome the recommendation but this needs to be a must-do by police forces, not a should-do."
Victims fromthe Birminghamareamake up a high proportion of the charity's …