A British law graduate was shot dead and strangled in a Pakistani rented house after telling his uncle that two men were trying to force her to marry.
Mayra Zulfiqar, 26, from Feltham, southwest London, was found dead at a facility in the defense district of Lahore after four attackers broke into her home and bedroom.
According to local reports, Pakistani police described the killing as a possible “crime of passion” and two men were fighting for Zulfiqar’s marriage.
Zulfical, who studied law at the University of West London, is understood to have emigrated from the United Kingdom to Pakistan about two months ago after attending a friend’s wedding and deciding to stay in Pakistan.
It is understood that the victim’s distraught parents are traveling to Pakistan after being informed of their daughter’s death.
According to Independent Urdu, the victim’s uncle, Mohammad Nazer, visited his niece a few days ago, but accused two men of being behind his niece’s murder and reported the first case to police. (FIR) was submitted.
Mayra Zulfiqar, a 26-year-old British law graduate, was found shot dead and strangled in the defense district of Lahore after a shooter was thought to have broke into a rented house.
According to the report, two Lahore-born Zulfiqar friends (named Zahir Jadoon and Saad Ameer Butt by Dawn.com) threatened and harassed her, leading to a life with “disastrous consequences.” He complained that he was causing fear of hearing.
The FIR said the woman’s uncle would confront her two friends about their actions, but the outlet reported that she had been called by her father in London around 2 pm on Monday.
According to the independent Urdu language, his uncle claims that Ms. Zulfiqar was killed by two friends early on Monday morning with the help of two other unidentified people.
One of the victim’s friends reportedly tried to force her to marry him, but was competing with others.
Ms. Zulfiquar refused to marry them, and her uncle is now seeking legal action against the two accused of her murder, the outlet reported.
According to Kasim, a police officer involved in the investigation, investigators are investigating whether her death was due to a gunshot wound or strangulation.
It is understood that Ms Zulfiqar (pictured) moved from the UK to Pakistan about two months before studying at Middlesex University after attending school in Twickenham.She was visiting Pakistan for her wedding but decided to stay
According to the independent Urdu language, the victim’s uncle, Mohammad Nazer, visited his niece a few days ago, but accused the two men of being behind the niece’s murder and told police the first case report. (FIR) was submitted.
Kasim, who was at the scene and detained the body, said: Whether a gunshot wound or her throat was strangled.
“We have begun investigating every aspect of the murder. More facts will be revealed after the autopsy and forensic reports.
SHO Qasim also confirmed that Mahira’s uncle’s FIR for the killing of victims was registered in Section 302 of the Pakistan Criminal Code.
Ms. Zulfiqar arrived in the country two months ago from her family’s hometown of the United Kingdom, police police officer Sayyed Ali told Dawn.com.
Sayyed told reporters that Zulfiqar’s friend lives in an adjacent room at the top of the house and she is assisting police investigations.
Police said they had been warned of the apparent murder and forensic experts blocked the crime scene.
The woman was reportedly killed by a shooter in a rental housing in Pakistan on Monday.Photo: Mayra Zulfiqar rental housing in the defense area of Lahore
He added that a woman was found lying in a pool of blood in her room. A cell phone was found near her body.
“We seized a cell phone for forensic analysis,” Sayyid told a local outlet, adding that police officers were trying to find a nearby CCTV footage.
Sayyed also contacted the female parents and other family members living abroad.
“We are tracking the two suspects and will share details at a later stage,” police said, adding that Zulfiqar’s friends did not share details that would help them investigate. I did.
He added that Ms. Zulfiqar’s body had been taken to a morgue for autopsy and police had not been arrested so far.
According to his LinkedIn profile, Zulfiqar is understood to have moved from Pakistan from the United Kingdom, where he worked as a paralegal at Duncan Blackett.
She previously earned a Master of Laws degree from the University of West London, a Bachelor of Laws degree from Middlesex University, while studying in Dubai.
British woman killed by shooter in Pakistani rented house
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