The daughter of a former Pakistani diplomat was killed in Islamabad, in accordance with a media report on Wednesday, simply days after a serious diplomatic dispute broke out between Pakistan and Afghanistan over the alleged kidnapping of the daughter of the Afghan ambassador in Islamabad.
Noor Mukadam, 27, the daughter of Shaukat Mukadam, was discovered useless within the unique F-7/four sector of the capital on Tuesday, the Daybreak newspaper reported. Mukadam has served previously as Pakistani ambassador to South Korea and Kazakhstan.
Noor Mukadam was killed after being shot, the newspaper stated, citing police.
A buddy of Noor’s was arrested in reference to the homicide, police stated.
“A person named Zahir Jaffer, who was allegedly concerned within the homicide, was arrested on the scene and brought to the police station,” Samaa TV was quoted as saying by Islamabad police.
The homicide comes as a storm looms over the safety of diplomatic missions and their personnel in Pakistan.
On July 16, Silsila Alikhil, the 26-year-old daughter of Afghanistan’s ambassador to Pakistan, Najibullah Alikhil, was briefly kidnapped in Islamabad and tortured, the Afghan Overseas Ministry stated in an announcement final week.
The incident triggered a serious diplomatic dispute between the 2 neighboring nations, that are grappling with the resurgence of the Taliban as the US and NATO attain the ultimate part of their troop withdrawal operation.
Pakistan has strongly denied the allegations made by Afghanistan, saying that Islamabad police have discovered no proof to assist the alleged kidnapping.