ISLAMABAD: An area court docket on Thursday has given police three-day remand of a suspect allegedly concerned within the homicide of a former Pakistani diplomat’s daughter in Islamabad.
The police had at present produced the suspect, Zahir Jaffar, earlier than an obligation Justice of the Peace and sought his bodily remand.
Earlier, the 27-year-old daughter of a former Pakistani diplomat had been discovered murdered within the federal capital on Tuesday.
In line with the police, the deceased — recognized as Noor Mukadam — was the daughter of Shaukat Mukadam, who served as Pakistan’s ambassador to South Korea and Kazakhstan.
Noor was killed at her home within the metropolis’s F-7 space, the police had stated, including that she was hit with a pointy object. The individual accused of murdering her had been arrested and was stated to be the son of a enterprise tycoon.
Speaking to journalists, SSP Attaur Rehman stated that the police, after being knowledgeable, rushed to the scene and arrested a suspect named Zahir Jaffar from the crime scene. He maintained that the suspect was in police custody, including that investigations have been underway to find out the motive behind the killing.
The police officer stated that they have been additionally interrogating their home servants within the homicide case. Rejecting the stories that the accused is mentally in poor health, the SSP stated that the suspect was totally aware when the police arrested him. He was not intoxicated in any respect, he clarified.
A forensic staff has acquire evidences from the scene which might assist in the investigation of the homicide, he added. The SSP stated that the suspect additionally attacked one other individual and injured him when the police reached there to arrest him.