ISLAMABAD Islamabad Police are reluctant to lodge a complaint against the owner of a house from where a minor maid Zainab Bibi, went missing, as it had only registered an FIR against the personal servants of owner after the passage of a month. Though, the Islamabad police has registered an FIR of a missing minor maid, Zainab Bibi, after the passage of a month but complaint had only been registered against the servants of the house from where the girl went missing on August 28 this year. Taking action on TheNations story published on September 29, police have registered FIR of a mission girl, who was hired by Nofal Hassan, a resident of House 9-C, Street 33, Sector F-7/1, Islamabad, as a caretaker for his small children, went missing from her masters home on 28th August, 2010. Police are still reluctant to nominate the owner of the house in FIR from where the girl went missing. The family members of the girl have been alleging that police deliberately registered very weak FIR against the servants instead of owner of the house by taking bribe from the owner. It has been learnt that the representatives of National Commission on the Status of Women and civil society are trying to meet IG Islamabad in this regard. They are demanding of police to give a deadline for the recovery of the girl or else they would hold demonstrations against police. They are of the view that it has been a week since the registration of the FIR but so far the police have done nothing and no arrest has been made. The family of the missing girl came to know through newspapers about her sudden disappearance. Since then, they are running from pillar to post for her recovery and to lodge complaint against Nofal Hassan, who also happens to be an owner of a guesthouse in posh locality of Islamabad. Earlier, police was reluctant to register FIR of Zainab Bibi against the guesthouse owner. It took symbolic action after the issue was highlighted by media. Police also continued calling Nofal to keep him informed about the plan of action of Zainabs family. The family of Zainab alleged that the owner and some of his servants had a role in disappearance of the girl and therefore, an FIR must be registered against all these suspected people. On the other side, SHO of Kohsar Police Station Munawar Mahar, when contacted, said the name of the owner and his four servants had been included in the FIR and they all were being interrogated and police were trying their level best to trace the girl.