Noor Mukadam Murder: Parents claim she left house carrying huge amount of money
ISLAMABAD: The case of Noor Mukadam, a 27-year-old woman who was brutally killed by Zahir Jaffer has taken a new turn as further details have been unveiled by her parents.
Investigations into the case took a new turn when her parents informed the police that Noor was carrying a large amount of money when she left the house and asked her mother on call to send some more amount. The sources were quoted claiming that an informal statement from her father, said she asked her driver to arrange Rs700,000 but he could arrange Rs300,000.
When her driver informed her that he was at her door, she received the money but refused to come out of the accused’s home, saying that hand over the amount to the cook of the accused and go back home.
Both Noor and her talked for three minutes on call on the day she got killed. Earlier, two mutual friends of Noor and Zakir visited the alleged killer’s residence and asked the accused to free her but he denied that Noor was staying with him.
Moreover, the insiders disclosed that Zahir also asked one of his friends if he will be arrested for murder as he was a US citizen that indicated that Noor’s murder was premeditated.