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Outrage In Pakistan Over Homicide Of Former Ambassador’s Daughter

Ladies rights activists maintain placards throughout an illustration in Lahore in opposition to the brutal killing


The “barbaric” homicide of Noor Mukaddam, the daughter of a former ambassador has triggered outrage throughout and raised questions over the security and safety of girls within the nation.

Noor Mukaddam’s homicide reignited a debate on violence in opposition to ladies as 1000’s of individuals took to media to demand justice.

The sufferer’s father, Shaukat Mukaddam, has served as Pakistan’s ambassador to South Korea and Kazakhstan.

TRT World reported that Ms Mukaddam, 27, was discovered murdered in a home in an upscale neighbourhood in Pakistan’s capital Islamabad on July 20. Police, nevertheless, arrested a suspect, Zahir Jaffer, a pal of the sufferer, on the scene later that day.

“One other day. One other lady brutally killed. One other hashtag. One other trauma. One other (possible) unsolved case. One other set off. One other worry fest. One other rage roar. One other eid. ‘Safety of girls’ invoice oppose kernay walon ko mubarik,” a netizen wrote on Twitter.

“Flagbearers of change, that is your acid check – do what it takes to make sure that no different Saima, Quratulain or Noor is the sufferer of our collective apathy, once more,” tweeted a journalist.

Taking to Twitter, Pakistan Human Rights Minister, Shireen Mazari stated: “The barbaric homicide of younger lady, Noor, in Islamabad is one more horrifying reminder that girls have been and are brutalized and killed with impunity.”

“This should finish. We’re dedicated to making sure nobody is above the regulation & culprits having affect & energy can not merely ”get away”,” she stated.

On Saturday, Islamabad police arrested the mother and father and family workers of suspect Zahir Zakir Jaffer — accused of torturing and brutally killing Noor Mukadam — for “hiding proof and being complicit within the crime”, Daybreak reported.

(Apart from the headline, this story has not been edited by IHNS workers and is revealed from a syndicated feed.)



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