ISLAMABAD: The parents of Zahir Jaffer, the prime suspect in the murder of Noor Mukadam, have been denied bail.
Zahir Jaffer’s father, Zakir Jaffer, and mother, Asmat Adamjee, had submitted a bail plea at a municipal court in Islamabad, claiming they were not with their son and were unaware of what was going on at home.
According to the public prosecutor, the suspect had communicated with his parents, but they did not tell the authorities. They attempted to save their youngster, he claimed. “When the employee contacted, the act was in progress, but instead of dispatching the police, therapists were dispatched. The gun is also registered to the suspect’s father, Zakir Jaffer “According to the prosecutor.
Call history, CDR, DVR, and CCTV footage, according to the prosecutor, can all be viewed. He claimed that the parents sought to save their child by lying, and that their bail application should be denied at this point.
The bail applications of Zahir’s parents were been reserved by Additional Sessions Judge Muhammad Sohail of Islamabad the day before. The parents’ pleas were rejected by the court on Thursday morning, according to reports.
On July 20, Noor, a 28-year-old woman, was slain with a sharp tool in Islamabad’s F-7 neighbourhood, within the Kohsar police station.
Zahir Jaffer, the accused in Noor’s murder case, was detained on July 20, and his parents were arrested on July 25. They were detained on suspicion of concealing the primary suspect’s crime.
The government has placed Zahir on a no-fly list, and Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid has stated that all evidence in the case has been gathered.
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