Justice finally prevailed after the court sentenced Zahir Jaffar to death for the murder of Noor Mukadam. Within a few minutes, Noor Mukadam started trending on Twitter for all the right reasons.
People from all over Pakistan are overjoyed with happiness to finally see the prime suspect Zahir Jaffar meeting his ends, as he deserved that.
On Thursday, a session court sentences Zahir Jaffar to death for the murder of Noor Mukadam. The suspect brutally slaughtered Noor on Chand Raat, on July 20th last year.
The suspect’s household staff that was present at the time of the incident, Iftikhar and Jameel, were sentenced to 10 years in jail, while Zahir’s parents and TherapyWorks employees, were acquitted.
Zahir, his father Zakir Jaffer, mother Asmat Adamjee, and other suspects were present in the court when the verdict was announced.
The verdict was supposed to be announced today at 1:30 PM and it’s finally the good news all the people were eagerly waiting for. Here see the reaction of Twitter after the court sentenced Zahir Jaffar to death.
— Shiraz Hassan (@ShirazHassan) February 24, 2022
— Not Your Habibti 🇵🇸 (@mywandergram) February 24, 2022
— Shaziyaa (@ShaziyaaMehmood) February 24, 2022
Noor, we cannot bring you back but I hope your parents sleep tonight. I hope they find a little peace knowing their daughter’s killer isn’t roaming around freely. Justice served. #JusticeForNoor #NoorMuqaddam pic.twitter.com/PrLDrVGug8
— Komal Shahid (@ArmedWithWords) February 24, 2022
ZAHIR JAFFER getting sentenced to death is by far the best news ive heard in a while, but it doesn’t just end there. we need to take down each and every harasser and r**pist out there to truly put #NoorMuqaddam ‘s and all the other victim’s souls truly at peace.
— abdullah (@BehtareenInsan) February 24, 2022
— Noor ul Huda (@noorrulhudaa) February 24, 2022
Zahir Jaffer’s family will challenge this judgment in the higher courts. We request the honorable courts to uphold the judgment, so this savage can go to hell as soon as possible. #NoorMuqaddam
— Muzammil Raza (@muzamilreza) February 24, 2022