A sessions court in Islamabad issued a written order warning Zahir Jaffer, the primary accused in the Noor Mukadam murder case, that his court appearances would be disallowed if he doesn’t mend his attitude, reports Dawn.
“Zahir Zakir created fuss in the court and tried to interfere in the proceedings. He is directed to mend his attitude otherwise his attendance will be exempted from the court and he will be taken on video link from jail,” read the court order.
Zahir Jaffer was kicked out of an Islamabad sessions court on Wednesday for interrupting and misbehaving with the judge, Samaa has reported. In a video that was widely shared on social media, Zahir can be seen being dragged out of court by policemen. As per media reports, he misbehaved and used derogatory language in the court.
Journalist Zubair Ali Khan had tweeted that Zahir Jaffer in court said, “I’m giving you guys an opportunity to hang me but still you guys are dragging this, this shows it is all a puppet show.”