Noor Mukadam case: Zahir Jaffer thrown out of sessions court

Sessions court on Wednesday threw Zahir Jaffer, a prime suspect in Noor Mukadam murder case out of the courtroom over the use of ‘inappropriate’ language during the hearing of the case. 

At the outset of the hearing, Zahir Jaffer forcibly tried to speak before the judge, but he was not allowed. “I want to say something before the judge,” Jaffer was quoted as saying in the courtroom.

Failing to get permission, the suspect got furious and started using ‘inappropriate language in the courtroom. Later, the trial court judge ordered staff to throw out Zahir Jaffer from the courtroom.

The judge asked the mother of the suspect to come to the rostrum and asked her control, Jaffer. “You should teach your son, see what he is doing in the courtroom,” the judge asked Asmat Adamjee.

Asad Jamal, the lawyer of Zahir Jaffer’s mother said before the court to allow him to get him treated due to his mental condition.

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