Islamabad - Chairman Senate Mian Raza Rabbani during proceedings on Tuesday spotted a stranger in the House but the security staff later twisted the facts while reporting the matter to local police.

The fact of the matter is that the chairman pointed out a stranger, later identified as Abdul Sami Sheikh hailing from Sukkur, in the House when he was chairing the proceedings. He immediately called sergeant-at-arms to pull the person outside and also ordered strict action against the security officials who let the stranger go inside. The person was later handed over to police. However, the security staff at the Parliament House twisted the facts and stated that the person was held while trying to enter the Parliament House from the main gate without any justification.

According to the FIR registered under section 420, 419 and 451 of PPC against the accused, the security officer Shabbir Waheed on suspicion inquired the person about his purpose of entering the Parliament House at the main entry gate of the building but he could not produce any permission or justification for his attempt. The FIR further said that a government number plate was affixed at the vehicle the accused was riding but upon investigations it turned out to be a private vehicle. Police have sent the accused to Adiala Jail.

The investigation officer in the case SI Abdul Ghafoor told this scribe that the accused is a resident of Sukkur and was held while trying to enter the Parliament House. According to him, he wanted to meet Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Syed Khurshid Shah and had no bad intentions. Furthermore, Aabpara police have arrested two persons for their alleged involvement in immoral activities. Munir Ahmad and a lady were found naked in the area of Shakarparyan.

Meanwhile, Koral police have recovered the dead body of one Falak Sher alias Bijli (30), a resident of Bakra Mandi Rawalpindi, from green belt near Gangal. Police have registered a case under section 302 of PPC and further investigation is underway.