The Islamabad Police has revealed that Zahir Jaffer, the prime suspect in the murder case of Noor Mukadam, has been involved in multiple torture of other girls in the past.
The startling revelation came as police obtained important data from the suspect’s mobile phone with multiple torture videos of other girls.
Furthermore, the Islamabad District and Sessions Court has extended the physical remand of Zahir Jaffer for two more days while his parents and household staff have been sent to jail on 14-day judicial remand.
Zahir Jaffer has confessed to the murder of Noor Mukadam. “I killed Noor because she was leaving me.” said the accused according to sources.
Furthermore, the suspect was said to be in contact with his parents on the day of the murder and talked to them for a total of 30-minutes and even informed them about the murder.
The murder weapon, including a knife, pistol and a knuckleduster, which was used to torture Noor Mukadam before killing her, were recovered from the alleged killer’s possession.
The authorities also arrested the household staff where the murder was committed for their involvement in helping the alleged accused and hiding of evidence.
Noor Mukadam, the daughter of Shaukat Mukadam, was brutally murdered and then beheaded at a house in Sector F-7/4 in Islamabad. The Islamabad Police arrested Zahir Jaffer, son of businessman Zakir Jaffer and a friend of the victim, over his involvement in the Noor Mukadam murder case.
The murder weapon, including a knife, pistol and a knuckleduster were recovered from the alleged killer’s and sent for forensic analysis.
Furthermore, it was being said that the accused was mentally ill and the investigation team started probing the case from this angle as well and it was concluded in the initial investigation that Zahir Jaffer was sound and in his senses at the time of committing the murder of Noor Mukadam.
Moreover, the orders have been issued to seal the Therapy Works, an exclusive Drug Addiction Rehabilitation Center, which reportedly treated Zahir Jaffer.
The team investigating the incident has recorded the statement of the victim’s family as well as the psychotherapists who reportedly treated the alleged killer Zahir Jaffer.
“If such a person was employed as the director of a company, then his parents, too, must be made part of the investigation,” said Shaukat Mukadam during a press conference.