People are enraged
Noor Mukadam’s poster was reported to be defaced by unidentified men in Sialkot yesterday. It was displayed at the Ghanta Ghar showing Noor against a mural which she painted herself.
People are disgusted and have been questioning if it’s even safe for women to be living in Pakistan. Some have been wondering how could poster of a woman who was so brutally murdered bother someone.
Noor’s poster against a Mural she painted herself has been vandalised in Sialkot. Its painful to see how people can project their hate on a innocent woman. The woman who was a victim to such a gruesome crime. Pata nahi kis mawshre mein saans le rhe hain hum sab. #JusticeForNoor pic.twitter.com/L8468c68KZ— S🪐//JusticeForNoor (@Meinkyakrun) August 2, 2021
Posters displayed at the Ghanta Ghar in Sialkot depicting #NoorMukadam against a mural she painted herself has been vandalised.— Rai M. Azlan (@Mussanaf) August 2, 2021
And then we claim that this country gives dignity and respect to its women! pic.twitter.com/E0Y8Nk66yJ
Noor Mukadam’s gruesome murder case has sparked the whole nation and protests have been held at various major cities in Pakistan. A GoFundMe campaign has raised an incredible $49,838 out of a goal of $120,000 to fight Noor Mukadam’s murder case in court.
Noor Muqaddam was slaughtered at a house in Islamabad’s F-7/4 on July 20, a day before Eidul Azha.
Zahir Jaffer, who was allegedly involved in the murder, was arrested on the spot and taken to the police station, the Islamabad police tweeted. A case under Section 302 (punishment for murder) of the Pakistan Penal Code has been registered against Zahir at the Kohsar Police Station.
Zahir was sound, in his senses when he was arrested, Investigation SSP Ata-Ur-Rehman said, adding that the suspect was not under the influence of any drugs. “He may have a past history but at least at the time of arrest he was in his senses.” He had attacked someone else too but when the police reached the house he had been tied up.
The suspect worked for his family business Ahmed Jaffer & Company as a chief brand strategist, and as a therapist. The police have also sealed the office of Therapy Works office in the case.