ISLAMABAD: A judicial Justice of the Peace in Islamabad Monday prolonged the judicial remand of Zahir Jaffer, the alleged assassin of Noor Mukadam, until August 30, Geo Information reported.
The police officers produced Zahir Jaffer earlier than the courtroom after completion of his 14-day judicial remand and submitted a request earlier than the choose, in search of permission to conduct the DNA exams of Jaffer’s two staff, Raheel and Iftikhar, who had been additionally introduced earlier than the courtroom from Adiala Jail.
Police additionally took six staff of Remedy Works, a counseling and psychotherapy centre in Islamabad, into custody. They are going to be offered earlier than an Islamabad courtroom as police will search an extension of their remand as properly.
Jaffer was working as a psychotherapist at Remedy Works after doing a certification from the centre.
The six staff of Remedy Works have been accused of concealing proof after assembly Zahir Jaffer’s father, Zakir Jaffer. They had been named by the plaintiff in a supplementary assertion submitted to the courtroom.
The accused had been arrested on August 14.
Shortly after Noor Mukadam’s homicide and the revelation that Zahir Jaffer was employed as a therapist there, Remedy Works had issued the next assertion:
“Zahir Jaffer was enrolled as a pupil in UK Degree three from September 2015 to September 2016. After this, he joined UK Degree four from October 2016 to June 2018. He didn’t full his coursework and Worldwide Essays, and accordingly was by no means ever given permission to see shoppers.”
Nonetheless, a now-deleted submit by Remedy Works on their Instagram web page featured Zahir Jaffer, among the many centre’s UK Degree 5 candidates.
Noor, 27, was murdered within the federal capital on July 20, within the metropolis’s F-7 space, in keeping with the 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 evening of July 20 from his home the place, in keeping with Noor’s mother and father, he killed her with a pointy instrument and severed her head.
The grotesque incident sparked a nationwide marketing campaign in search of justice for her, with #JusticeforNoor changing into a prime development on Twitter.