ISLAMABAD - The Aabpara police have registered a case against a person who allegedly embezzled Rs17.5 million from the accounts of Pervez Musharraf Foundation.

Dr Amjad who belonged to All Pakistan Muslim League being led by former President Pervez Musharraf reported to the Aabpara police that he gave Rs17.5 million to one Wali Ehd Khan for purchasing and distributing motorcycles and rickshaws among the poor of Sanghar on instalments. However, he said, the accused distributed motorcycles among few persons and also did not register the vehicles in their names. Subsequently, the beneficiaries after sometime, returned back the vehicles. Now, Dr Amjad reported to the police that the accused was not returning back the money. Police have registered the FIR under section 406 PPC and yet to arrest the accused.

Meanwhile, Islamabad police have arrested eight outlaws, including three auto thieves and recovered five motorbikes, weapons, 120 wine bottles and looted items from their possession, a police spokesman said on Thursday.

According to details, Anti-Car Lifting Cell of Islamabad police apprehended Gharaib Khan and recovered one motorbike from him. CIA police arrested a proclaimed offender while two other accused namely Jamshed Khan and Raza were also nabbed besides recovery of four motorbikes, registration books and tempering equipment from them.

Margallah police arrested a thief Sameul Masih while Industrial Area police nabbed Sabir Khan for selling petroleum products illegally. Sabzi Mandi police arrested Rozi Gul for having 30 bore pistol while a bootlegger Shabbir was apprehended by Shehzad Town police besides recovery of 120 wine bottles from him. Cases have been registered against these nabbed persons and further investigation is underway.