ISLAMABAD: Zahir Jaffer, the prime suspect in the Noor Mukadam murder case, was, once again, expelled from an Islamabad sessions court for interrupting witness cross-examination.
At a hearing on Wednesday, all the accused persons appeared before Judge Atta Rabbani.
During the cross-examination of Muhammad Imran, the in-charge of the National Forensic Crime Agency, Zahir interrupted. He asked the judge if a compromise could be reached.
“Are you even listening to me,” he pushed. At this point, Judge Rabbani ordered the police to take Zahir, his father, and four household staff out of the courtroom.
The prime suspect was then taken to the holding cell, while the other suspects were allowed back inside.
At a hearing last week, Zahir was thrown out of court for misbehaving with the judge and hurling obscenities at the court. He attacked police officers as well. Consequently, an FIR was registered and Zahir was given a final warning to “mend his attitude”.