Mayra Zulfiqar: Feltham law graduate shot and strangled in Pakistan

A police investigation is underway after a younger girl from Feltham, West London was brutally murdered in Lahore, Pakistan.

Mayra Zulfiqar, 26, is believed to have been shot and strangled in her rented house in Pakistan.

Legal paperwork obtained by the BBC and Daily Mail reportedly present that Mayra had just lately been threatened by two males who each wished to marry her.

Mayra, who’s from Feltham, is believed to have moved to Pakistan round two months in the past, having studied on the University of West London.

She was discovered lifeless in Lahore after attackers reportedly broke into her rented lodging.

She is believed to have instructed her uncle two males had been attempting to pressure her to marry them.

Local experiences say two males had been competing for Ms Zulfiqar’s hand in marriage, with police in Pakistan describing the killing as a doable ‘crime of ardour’.

According to the Independent Urdu, the sufferer’s uncle – Mohammad Nazeer, who had visited his niece a couple of days in the past – filed a First Incident Report (FIR) to the police, accusing two males of being behind his niece’s homicide.

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Independent Urdu element that Mayra is believed to have been being harassed by two male associates, who had been threatening her.

The FIR states that the girl’s uncle stated he would confront the 2 associates over their actions, however at round 2pm on Monday he acquired a telephone name from her father in London saying that she had been shot, the outlet reported.

A publish mortem examination is reportedly being carried out to find out the Londoner’s reason for dying.

The Daily Mail added that in accordance with Station House Officer (SHO) Qasim, who’s a police officer concerned in the investigation, investigators are taking a look at whether or not her dying was as a result of gunshot wound, or if strangulation was additionally concerned.

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Prior to transferring to Pakistan, Mayra had been working as a paralegal at Duncan Blackett Law, in accordance with her LinkedIn profile and had beforehand graduated with a Masters diploma in law from the University of West London.

Her dad and mom are understood to be travelling to Pakistan and police say no arrests have been made.

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