A Pakistani court on Monday convicted Bibi of the killing and sentenced her to death.
Zeenat Rafique, 18, was strangled and set alight by her mother and brother in June 2016 after she eloped without their consent.
Zeenat's brother, Anees Ahmed, was also sentenced to life in prison for being an accomplice to the crime.
Hassan Khan is the man who married Zeenat Rafiq and in speaking to the media he said that his wife had been very reluctant to return home following their marriage. It was revealed that Parveen and her son first beat Zeenat and then her mother threw kerosene on her and set her on fire.
Earlier, the mother rejected murder allegations and claimed her daughter, 18, committed suicide by self-immolation because the family refused to accept her marriage.
In most cases, the victim is a woman and the killer is a relative who escapes punishment by seeking forgiveness for the crime from family members.
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He said that Zeenat was not willing to go back to her parents' home because she feared they would kill her.
Bibi confessed to police that she had no regrets for punishing her daughter, CBS News reported.
Under the new law, relatives can forgive convicts in the case of a death sentence, but they would still have to face a mandatory life sentence.
It was only past year October that a much-anticipated new law mandating a stiff penalty for anyone convicted of any so-called "honor killing" was passed by Pakistans National Assembly.
In the latest incident of honour killing, police have arrested a man for electrocuting his sister to death after she married according to her own choice.
Pakistan's National Assembly in October previous year passed a much-anticipated new law that mandates a stiff penalty for those convicted of so-called honour killings and closes a legal loophole that has permitted the families of those who commit honour killings to forgive the perpetrator.