ISLAMABAD: Following the release of security camera footage relating to Noor Mukadam’s murder in Islamabad, Twittersphere requested capital punishment for Zahir Jaffer, primarily by hanging.
The new closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage shows Noor Mukadam making an attempted effort to leave Zahir Jaffer’s residence.
On July 18, at 10:19 p.m., Noor was spotted entering the suspect’s residence while on the phone with someone. In the video, you can also see Watchman Iftikhar. Then, on July 20, she is observed jumping on the porch area of the home from the first floor in a frantic attempt to run, but the watchman blocks her path.
Noor Mukadam, the daughter of a previous ambassador, was brutally killed on July 20 in Islamabad by her friend Zahir Jaffer. Protests erupted around the country in response to the horrible murder in July.
After declining a marriage proposal, the victim was assaulted. He had raped and tortured her with a knuckle duster before killing her with a “sharp-edged instrument.”
Twittersphere has now begun a campaign calling for Zahir Jaffer’s execution by hanging.
cctv footage of helpless #NoorMukadam in the clutches of a beast #ZahirJafferIt. It's really Afflictive to see. Journalists must not share & channels most, not air the visuals🙏this,s very disturbing and traumatic for me, so just imagine the feelings of her family. 🙏 pic.twitter.com/tbcrB8tzwH
— WUK (@Moonishkhann) November 14, 2021
All Hail Justice 🙌#zahirjaffer 's co-accused mother Ismat Adam Ji who brutally killed #noormukadam was granted bail by the SC.
In the same way,everyone'll be released 1by1,the law's the biggest protector of criminals in this country,but the pocket of the criminal must b heavy🪨 pic.twitter.com/WfigNjAOqL
— 𝕬𝖒𝖆𝖑 (@AIYIAL) October 20, 2021
— Sabih (@sabihshehzad) November 13, 2021
Why do we always need to beg for justice. Why the justice system of Pakistan is one of the worst system in the World. Our justice system is the basic reason behind these cases.#NoorMukadam pic.twitter.com/ioNB3j9E2J
— Raja Abdullah (@Abdulla53102948) November 14, 2021
— Ayesha Mehar (@Ayesha_mehar8) November 14, 2021