Zahir Jaffer’s judicial remand extended till September 6!
Zahir Jaffer, the main suspect of the Noor Mukadam murder case, was brought to the judicial lockup at the district court on Monday, as his 14-day judicial remand had expired.
The main suspect of the case but was not produced before a judge.
He was kept in the court lockup where prisoners brought from prison for case hearings are kept.
Judicial magistrate Mohammad Imran marked the suspect’s attendance at the lock-up.
After the attendance, the police took the suspect back to Adiala Jail.
A district and sessions court extended Zahir Jaffer’s judicial remand till September 6.
Development In Noor Mukadam Murder Case
The Islamabad police complete case challan finds Zahir Jaffer guilty!
The Homicide Investigation Unit of the Kohsar police station prepared the case challan on Saturday.
In the challan, the police have requested the court to give strict punishment to Jaffer.
“Other suspects in the case should be penalised for hiding the crime from the police.”
The police investigation finds Zahir Jaffer guilty of murdering 27-year-old Noor Mukaddam on July 20.
As being reported, Jaffer’s parents, the Therapy Works CEO, and other suspects have been named as accomplices in the crime.
Noor’s father while talking to a news channel said the parents remain optimistic about the speedy delivery of justice in the case, having a firm belief in the police and Pakistan’s judicial system.