Zahir Jaffer’s father assisted his son in Noor Mukadam’s murder: Challan

Zahir Jaffer's father assisted his son in Noor Mukadam's murder

According to a challan filed by the police to the trial court, Noor Mukadam’s murder might have been prevented if Zakir Jaffer, the father of main suspect Zahir Jaffer, had contacted the police instead of assisting his son.

The challan (investigation report) in the murder case of a former diplomat’s daughter has been obtained by media.

On September 9, the interim challan was handed up to Additional District and Sessions Judge Atta Rabbani. The challan had previously been filed before the District and Sessions Judge Kamran Basharat Mufti’s court. The case, however, was tried on September 9 and then moved.

The police challan claimed that the main suspect, Zahir Jaffer, confessed to murdering Noor and that a DNA analysis proved she was raped. According to the challan, Zahir gave a statement about beheading Noor.

In Noor Mukadam’s case, a police challan was filed to the trial court under section 173 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC).

According to the police investigation report, Zahir forcefully confined Noor in a room after she refused to marry him. He ordered his guard not to allow anybody in or out, and he didn’t want her to go. On his identification, the police recovered her phone from a cupboard in his home, which he had hidden in another room.

According to the challan, Zahir notified his father about Noor’s murder, and the father told him not to be concerned and that his “men were coming to dispose of the body.”

According to the interim challan, Noor Mukadam’s murder might have been prevented if Zakir had notified the police earlier. According to the report, the father assisted his kid.

‘Therapy Works employees tried to destroy evidence’

According to the suspect’s statement, a misunderstanding led to a fight with Amjad Mahmood, one of Therapy Works’ workers who was present at the murder site.

The workers of Therapy Works attempted to conceal the suspect’s actions and destroy evidence, according to the challan, which also said that injured employee Amjad lied to the hospital administration on his medical slip, claiming he was hurt in a car accident.

The photos and fingerprints saved in the DVR also belong to the main suspect, according to the interim challan.

The suspect raped Noor, according to a DNA analysis dated August 12. Zahir had scheduled a ticket to the United States on July 19 but did not go, according to the interim challan.

The watchman did not help her escape when she leapt from the bathroom window. Jan Mohammad, the gardener, also refused to let Noor unlock the gate. He could have saved Noor’s life if he had let her unlock the gate.

‘No poison or drugs found in victim’s body’

According to reports, the victim’s body contained no poison or drugs.

Meanwhile, the forensic analysis of the victim’s phone and laptop has yet to be completed.

There is additional evidence against 12 individuals in the case, according to the challan.

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