ISLAMABAD: A suspect within the Noor Mukadam homicide case Thursday moved the Islamabad’s district and periods courtroom for post-arrest bail.
The police had arrested Jan Muhammad, the gardener of Zahir Jaffer, and others within the homicide case and despatched him to Adiala Jail on judicial remand.
In his bail petition, Jan Muhammad mentioned that he served as a gardener at Zahir Jaffer’s home, including that he was not concerned within the matter. He pleaded the courtroom to grant him bail within the homicide case.
Listening to the petition, Further District and Periods Choose Muhammad Sohail issued notices to either side and sought replies on September 3. In the meantime, the choose adjourned the listening to until September 3.
Islamabad courtroom extends Zahir Jaffer’s judicial remand
Earlier on August 30, a district and periods courtroom had prolonged Zahir Jaffer’s judicial remand until September 6.
Jaffer, the central suspect within the Noor Mukadam homicide case, was dropped at the judicial lockup on the district courtroom.
Judicial Justice of the Peace Mohammad Imran had marked the suspect’s attendance on the lock-up. The police had taken the suspect to Adiala Jail and didn’t current him within the courtroom.
Jaffer was offered earlier than the Justice of the Peace after his 14-day judicial remand had expired.
IHC serves notices to Remedy Works’ workers
The Islamabad Excessive Court docket (IHC) on August 27 had served notices to Remedy Works’ workers in search of their feedback within the Noor Mukadam homicide case after the deceased lady’s father appealed for cancellation of their bail pleas.
IHC’s Justice Aamer Farooq had heard the case filed by Noor’s father, Shaukat Mukadam. The courtroom had additionally sought case data from further district and session courts.
Petitioner’s lawyer Barrister Qasim Nawaz Abbasi had advised IHC that the suspect had hidden info from the decrease courtroom, as he talked about his shopper had additionally named Remedy Works’ chief government Tahir Zahoor and different workers as suspects in his supplementary assertion.