Islamabad - In a belated move, the Secretariat police have booked four Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers for using amplifier and making speeches against the government on November 20 this year.

According to the FIR registered with the Secretariat police station on December 2, Chaudhary Ilyas Mehrban, Khawaja Qasim, Fazal Elahi and Iqbal Khan Niazi along with other 50 to 60 persons used amplifier and made speeches against the government in front of the Election Commission of Pakistan building on November 20. The police are yet to arrest the accused booked under 2/3 Amplifier Act and section 188 of CrPC.

The Koral police have booked two persons Tajammal Hussain Shah and Intizar Hussain Shah for misusing loudspeaker on the occasion of a religious gathering on December 2.

In an interesting case, the Lohi Bher police have booked 8 persons for trimming one side of the mustache of one Muhammad Razzaq. According to the police, Babar, Rukhsar, Shah Nawaz, Waqar, Mohsin, Naveed, Safeer and Arsal Hafeez beat up the complainant and later cut one side of his mustache.

The police are yet to arrest Babar and Rukhsar. The accused have been booked under 148/341/337V, 149 of CrPC.

Furthermore, Islamabad Police have arrested 19 outlaws and professional alms-seekers from various areas of the city and recovered four 30-bore pistols, 200 litres of diesel and looted items from their possession, a police spokesman said on Wednesday.

According to details, Aabpara police arrested Muhammad Younas and recovered one 9MM pistol along with 10 bullets. Bhara Kahu police arrested two accused Nadeem and Kashif and recovered two pistols along with 10 bullets from their possession. Margalla police arrested Naseer and recovered a tampered vehicle bearing registration number LOF-2455 from him.

Shalimar, Ramana and Shahzad Town police arrested three accused Aziz-ur-Rehman, Khaliq Hussain and Shahbaz Ali respectively and recovered stolen propriety from their possession. Sihala police arrested accused Safeer and recovered 200 litres diesel from him. Furthermore, Aabpara and Koral police arrested 10 professional beggars. Cases have been registered against these nabbed persons and further investigation is underway.