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A British man who ran down and killed a Swedish mother with a beach buggy in Cyprus while high on cannabis' has been jailed for just one year - sparking fury from her grieving husband.

Camilla Christina Pamdahl, 46, had left her daughter, five, at the kids club of the hotel where she was staying so she could visit a local supermarket.

But as she crossed the road at the resort of Aya Napa last month (May) she was hit by the black and red dune buggy which was being driven by Manraj Singh Sidhu, 25.

He was fast tracked through legal proceedings after pleading guilty and earlier this week sentenced to 12 months jail with the news being broken to Camilla’s heartbroken husband Jonas, 51, by MailOnline.

Camilla Christina Pamdahl was killed in Ayia Napa last month by a man driving a beach buggy while high on cannabis. Husband Jonas asked 'Where is the justice?' after the driver was given just a year in prison

Camilla Christina Pamdahl was killed in Ayia Napa last month by a man driving a beach buggy while high on cannabis. Husband Jonas asked 'Where is the justice?' after the driver was given just a year in prison

Manraj Singh Sidhu (pictured), 25, plead guilty earlier this week and was sentenced to a year in jail

Manraj Singh Sidhu (pictured), 25, plead guilty earlier this week and was sentenced to a year in jail

Sidhu hit and killed the Swedish mother whilst driving a beach buggy in the holiday party town of Ayia Napa

Sidhu hit and killed the Swedish mother whilst driving a beach buggy in the holiday party town of Ayia Napa

The rental buggy had overtaken a stopped car on Wednesday night before fatally hitting Pamdahl on a pedestrian crossing on Ayia Napa's Nissi Avenue

The rental buggy had overtaken a stopped car on Wednesday night before fatally hitting Pamdahl on a pedestrian crossing on Ayia Napa's Nissi Avenue

Jonas said he will make an appeal to the Attorney General as he doesn't believe the sentence has taken everything into account

Jonas said he will make an appeal to the Attorney General as he doesn't believe the sentence has taken everything into account

He said: 'I'm so shocked by this decision. One year ? It's nothing. I knew it was going to trial but had no idea he had already been sentenced.

'Where is the justice? My brother-in-law has flown to Cyprus to try and get more information and to see what we can do about making an appeal.

'How can this happen? How can the judge only give one year? It seems to me they have rushed through this case and no matter he pleaded guilty. What about our family?

'I'm not sure the judge looked close enough into the circumstances. I've heard that he said he had served to avoid a stopped car but he still hit Camilla on a pedestrian crossing.

'What about the fact he was supposed to be drunk and that he had taken drugs ? None of this appears to have been taken into consideration. With good behaviour he could be out early next year.

'This is why we are looking at an appeal. It's very early stages at the moment but we want to find a lawyer in Cyprus who will make an appeal to the Attorney General.

Jonas called the sentence of year 'nothing'

Jonas called the sentence of year 'nothing'

'It is totally crazy. I just don't think the court appreciated fully what happened. The speed he was going was also not taken into account.'

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