In recent days, Pakistani public opinion has been boiling before the trial of the kidnapping, rape and serious murder case with the perpetrator Zahir Jaffer (30 years old) – a native of Pakistan but holding US citizenship. Zahir Jaffer is not a strange name because he is the young master of one of the richest corporations in this country named Ahmed Jaffer & Company. This guy’s father is running the empire.
As a young master who lacked nothing in his hand, Zahir “destroyed” his life with an intolerable crime
In July 2021, this warm boy kidnapped Noor Muqaddam – a 27-year-old girl to his home and committed a series of depraved acts for many days. Noor herself is also a daughter of a well-to-do family. Her father is a former Pakistani Ambassador to Korea and Kazakhstan. She was raped, abused and murdered by the cruel killer, beheading. The police said that the poor young girl was tortured with many gruesome and sick devices. All for a reason of extreme indignation: Noor dared to refuse Zahir Jaffer’s marriage proposal.
The image of the unfortunate victim
The investigative agency has officially released the video recorded from the security camera in the house of the cold-blooded young master. Every time the victim had the intention and tried to escape outside, she was immediately discovered and dragged back to the place of detention. In the video, there are images showing the perpetrator pulling her by her hair in an extremely violent way. Not only that, there are people doing the housework Jaffer witnessed the incident but did not intervene at all.
The victim tried to run away but the result was painfully pulled by the hair
The killer jumped straight down from the 2nd floor when he saw her trying to run away
On February 24, Zahir was sentenced to the maximum penalty for his crimes, which is death. He was convicted of a range of crimes including kidnapping, torture, rape and murder. This is one of the rare death sentences in recent times in Pakistan, showing the barbaric level of the case. During the investigation and trial, many people took to the streets to protest, giving their voices to the unfortunate victims as well as protesting against the violence against women, which is still very painful in this country.
“I’m glad that justice has been done”Mr. Shuakat Mukadam – the victim’s father shared after hearing the sentence for the person who killed his son.
Zahir on the day of his death sentence
According to the women’s rights group Asma Jahangir Legal Aid Cell, the conviction rate in cases of violence against women in Pakistan is less than 3% – a very small number that shows the injustices faced by women in the country. are suffering. So the death penalty for Zahir Jaffer is an important change and is supported by many, as well as a hope for the future.
Source: Daily Mail