The Islamabad Excessive Courtroom has reserved its verdict on the bail plea of Jamil Ahmed, prepare dinner of the prime accused within the Noor Mukadam homicide case. Ahmed, together with 11 different suspects, was indicted by a classes courtroom final week.
At a listening to on Thursday, it was found that earlier, a classes courtroom had rejected the petitioner’s request. Jamil Ahmed has been accused of hiding proof within the case.
Ahmed’s counsel Rizwan Abbasi instructed the courtroom that his consumer’s assertion was recorded below part 161. Shaukat Mukadam’s lawyer argued that prices have been formally made towards the prepare dinner. “It has been confirmed that he was in contact with Zahir’s gardener and guard on the night time of the homicide,” he revealed.
A replica of the costs had been introduced to Justice Amir Farooq as effectively. Consequently, the courtroom reserved its verdict within the case.
On October 20, a classes courtroom started the trial of the Noor Mukadam homicide case. Earlier, the Islamabad Excessive Courtroom issued notices after Zakir Jaffer filed a petition for annulment of his indictment and has summoned responses over the matter by October 25.
‘Incomplete case information’
On Wednesday, the legal professionals of Asmat Adamjee, Zakir Jaffer and worker of Remedy Works filed a petition in courtroom requesting the availability of full case information.
The protection groups complained that they had been simply given statements of the witnesses, including that CCTV footage obtained from the crime scene was not offered to them as effectively.
After listening to arguments from each the prosecution and the protection, the courtroom ordered the police to offer full case paperwork to the suspects. It’s pertinent to offer the accused individuals the best to honest trial, the courtroom burdened.
The decide added that makes an attempt to delay the case trial had been being made. The trial must be accomplished inside eight weeks. The Supreme Courtroom by no means commented towards the choice which implies it has been upheld.