Noor Mukadam murder case: Challan submitted, court summons suspects on Sept 23

Roman AhmedWeb Editor

09th Sep, 2021. 08:10 pm
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The challan has been submitted by the Police in the Noor Mukadam murder case to a district and sessions court in Islamabad on Thursday.

All the suspects have been summoned by the court including the prime suspect Zahir Jaffer in the noor murder case, for the next hearing on September 23.

The court stated that the copies of the challan will be dispersed after the attendance of all the suspects at the next hearing.

The six employees of Therapy Works who are also suspect in the Noor murder case, the court has asked them to appear at the next hearing.

The court was informed by Advocate Raja Rizwan Abbasi that he would move a plea seeking an in-camera hearing of the case, to which the judge remarked that he would decide it as per law after it is filed.

Whereas, the judicial remand of Zahir Jaffer has been extended by the court, along with his parents and three of their household staff, identified as Iftikhar, Jan Muhammad, and Jameel, till the next hearing.

The suspect Zahir Jaffer’s parents were detained earlier after their son was alleged of murdering 28-year-old Noor Mukadam, the daughter of a former Pakistani diplomat, with a sharp object in Islamabad.

Zahir Jaffer was arrested by the Police on July 20 while his parents were detained on July 25, on charges of covering their son’s crime.

Jaffer is the prime suspect in Noor Mukadam’s murder case. The gruesome murder, in which Mukadam was decapitated, took place on July 20 in Islamabad’s F-7 area.

Noor is the daughter of Pakistan’s ambassador to South Korea and Kazakhstan Shaukat Mukadam.

The suspect Zahir Zakir Jaffer was detained by the Police on the night of July 20 from his house where, according to Noor’s parents, he killed her with a sharp instrument and detached her head.

The grisly episode flashed a nationwide campaign looking for justice for her, with #JusticeforNoor becoming a top trend on Twitter.

 

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