Noor Mukadam Murder: Elder Sister Pens A Heartfelt Note For Her Little Noorah

Arhama AltafWeb Editor

04th Aug, 2021. 12:15 pm
Sara Mukadam note for Noor Mukadam

Sara Mukadam, the elder sister of Noor Mukadam, who was murdered and beheaded by the accused Zahir Jaffer on July 20th, has penned a heartfelt note for her sister.

Taking to Instagram, Sara Mukadam has demanded justice for her late sister with a heartfelt note. “Noor you will get justice,” she said.

“Noorah! I miss you so much! I don’t know how to live a life without you. I miss you every breathing moment. We had made so many plans for your bday this year. Life is not the same without you. The world is not the same without you Noor. We can never celebrate another birthday, another Eid, or lead normal lives. May Allah bless you with the highest ranks in Jannat ul Firdous and may we all get reunited again as a family in Jannah. Ameen.”

She further assured herself that one day Noor will get justice and the criminal will serve the deserved punishment.

“The world is behind you,” she added more.

 

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Noor Mukadam Murdered

The 27-year-old Noor Mukadam was murdered in the federal capital on July 20, in the city’s F-7 area, according to police.

She is the daughter of Shaukat Mukadam, who served as Pakistan’s ambassador to South Korea and Kazakhstan.

The Islamabad police arrested Zahir on the night of July 20th from his house where he killed her with a sharp instrument and beheaded her.

The accused called NOOR at this residence on July 20th and told her to switch her phone off. When her parents couldn’t contact her, they started questioning her friends about her location.

When some of Noor’s friends went to Jaffer’s residence to inquire about the deceased, he denied seeing her. Upon this, Noor’s friends had a fight with Jaffer, sources told the police.

After brutally murdering Noor, the accused tried fleeing to the United States but was arrested on time.

The gruesome incident sparked a nationwide campaign seeking justice for her, with #JusticeforNoor had become a top trend on Twitter.

It should be noted that Jaffer had previously been deported from the United Kingdom on charges of assaulting a female.

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