Zahir Jaffer, the alleged killer of Noor Mukadam, dropped at the courtroom in handcuffs, on July 26, 2021. Photograph: Twitter/Senator Sehar Kamran

ISLAMABAD:  Zahir Jaffer, the first suspect within the Noor Mukadam homicide case, was despatched on remand for an additional three days by an Islamabad courtroom on Wednesday.

In at the moment’s listening to, the choose requested what the prosecution has to say. Public prosecutor Sajid Cheema responded that CCTV digicam footage of the incident had been acquired and Zahir needed to be taken to Lahore for a forensic examination of the CCTV footage.

The general public prosecutor requested the courtroom to grant an extension in Zahir’s remand for an additional three days.

The lawyer of the suspect stated that if any forensic examination is to be achieved, it needs to be achieved by taking images. Weapons and cell phones have been recovered, so no additional bodily remand is required, he argued.

The plaintiff’s lawyer stated that the suspect should  be taken to Lahore. “If a photograph was sufficient, we might not have requested for [the] remand,” he responded.

The general public prosecutor stated that even within the case of Usman Mirza, that they had taken all of the suspects to Lahore. “We wish to take them to Lahore in order that we will discover out if the video is edited,” he stated.

The courtroom granted a three-day extension within the remand. Zahir will now be produced earlier than the courtroom on July 31.

The homicide

Noor, 27, was murdered within the federal capital on July 20, within the metropolis’s F-7 space, in accordance with 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 time of July 20 from his home the place, in accordance with Noor’s dad and mom, he killed her with a pointy instrument and severed her head.

The grotesque incident sparked a nationwide marketing campaign looking for justice for her, with #JusticeforNoor turning into a prime pattern on Twitter.

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