Zahir Jaffer raises 23 objections to his conviction, evidence against him is weak & incomplete. Who was recently convicted of murdering Noor Mukadam. Zahir Jaffer raises 23 objections to his conviction, the evidence against him is weak & incomplete.
Jaffer’s objections include claims that the evidence against him was weak. And incomplete, and that he did not receive a fair trial.
Jaffer was found guilty of murder and sentenced to death. For the brutal killing of Mukadam, a 27-year-old woman, in July 2021.
During his trial, the prosecution presented evidence. That Jaffer had premeditated the murder and had a history of violent behavior. They also presented forensic evidence that linked Jaffer to the crime scene.
Lawyer of beast argues “he was not given benefit of doubt.” https://t.co/RxZfu27o9K— Asad Ali Toor (@AsadAToor) April 18, 2023
Jaffer has claimed that the evidence presented against him was incomplete. And did not prove his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Jaffer’s objections will heard by the court. Which will decide whether to uphold his conviction or grant him a retrial.
The case has drawn widespread attention. And sparked a debate about violence against women in Pakistan.
Zahir Jaffer raises 23 objections to his conviction, the evidence against him is weak & incomplete.
Many have praised the court’s decision to convict Jaffer. While others have criticized the justice system for not doing enough to protect women from violence.
The case has also highlighted the need for better mental health resources in Pakistan. As Jaffer’s lawyers have claimed that he was suffering. From mental health issues at the time of the murder.
Overall, the case has been a complex and controversial one. And it remains to be seen how Jaffer’s objections will addressed by the court.