Noor Muqaddam murder: Zahir Jafar’s confession

Accused Zahir Jaffer has given a confessional statement in the murder case of girl Noor Muqaddam in the federal capital Islamabad. The DNA report also proved that the victim was raped.

Incomplete interim challan has been submitted to the court by the police. A supplementary challan will be filed on receipt of report on laptop and mobile phone from FIA Cyber ​​Crime Wing. Has been made part of.

Geo News obtained a copy of the police challan submitted to the court, according to which accused Zahir Jaffer has confessed to killing Noor Muqadam.

According to the challan, the DNA report also proved that the accused had abused Noor Muqaddam.

The interim challan states that accused Zahir Jaffar said that when Noor Muqaddam refused to marry, he was forcibly locked in a room. The accused hid Noor Muqadam’s mobile phone in another room.

The interim challan said that according to the accused, when he reported the murder to his father, he said that there was no need to panic.

According to the interim challan, if Zakir Jaffer had informed the police in time, Noor Muqaddam could have avoided the murder. The father of accused Zahir Jaffar has helped his son in this incident. Misunderstood.

The interim challan said that the employees of the therapy works tried to cover up the act of the accused and to destroy the evidence. The injured employee of the therapy works, Amjad, did not even register the incident. Filed

According to the interim challan, the photos and fingerprints stored in the DVR also belong to the accused. According to the DNA report of August 12, the accused was found to have abused the victim. The janitor did not facilitate her. Mali Jan Mohammad also did not allow Noor Muqaddam to open the gate. If Mali Jan Mohammad Noor Muqaddam had allowed her to open the gate, she could have gone out.

The interim challan also states that the accused had booked a flight to the United States on July 19 but did not travel. Reports said that no poison or drug effects were found in the samples obtained from the victim. The results of mobile phone and laptop of the victim and the accused are yet to come. There is evidence against 12 accused in the case, challan has been submitted to their extent.

The challan was first filed by the police in the court of District and Sessions Judge Kamran Basharat Mufti, which was later produced in the court of Additional Sessions Judge Ata Rabbani on September 9.


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