After cutting the girl’s throat, her head was cut off and separated from her body
Islamabad: Progress has been made in the investigation into the murder of Noor Muqaddam, daughter of former Pakistani ambassador.
According to sources, the police have also recorded the statements of the parents of the slain Noor Muqaddam and the father of the killer and the police have not found any evidence that the killer was mentally ill. The accused Zahir will be produced in court tomorrow. Amjad, who was injured in the incident, is in critical condition due to which his statement has not been recorded yet.
Samples of the victim, injured Amjad and the accused have been sent for forensics from the spot and statements of two security guards were also recorded at the house of the accused in F-Seven. A murder weapon has been recovered from the scene and is now awaiting the DNA test report of the killer and the victim.
Besides, funeral prayers were offered for Noor Muqaddam, daughter of former ambassador Shaukat Muqaddam. Funeral prayers were offered at Naval Anchorage in the presence of PPP leader Farhatullah Babar and former Foreign Secretary Riaz Khokhar. A large number of relatives of the deceased attended the funeral prayers.
Two days ago, a young woman was brutally murdered in Sector F-Seven Four of Kehsar Police Station in Islamabad. The woman was brutally killed with a sharp instrument. After cutting the girl’s throat, her head was cut off and separated from her body. As soon as the incident was reported, senior officers and concerned SHOs rushed to the spot and investigated.
A man named Zahir Jaffar involved in the murder was arrested on the spot and shifted to the police station and a case was registered. Zahir Jaffar is the son of well-known businessman Zakir Jaffar and was a friend of Noor Muqaddam.
IG Islamabad Qazi Jameel-ur-Rehman also inspected the site along with senior officers and reviewed the progress in the investigation. Police formed a special team for investigation which includes SSP Investigation, SP City Zone, ASP Kohsar, SHO Kohsar and Investigation Officer Kohsar.
Police have obtained a three-day physical remand of Zahir Jaffer, accused in the murder, and started further investigation. The IG Islamabad has directed the investigation team to conduct a fact-based and strict investigation in accordance with the law. Shaukat Ali Muqaddam has been Pakistan’s ambassador to South Korea and Kazakhstan.