KARACHI - The affectees of Karachi Future Built Marketing Company staged a protest demonstration against owner of KFBMC who allegedly fled away after getting amount Rs 30 million fraudulently from people who invested the money in various projects of the firm. A large number of KFBMC affectees gathered at Karachi Press Club on Saturday, demanding of the authorities to take strict action and arrest the trader who allegedly made fraud with them. They also showed concern over failure of police in arresting of fraudulent owner despite lodging the FIR against involved persons at Aziz Bhatti Police Station of Gulshan Iqbal Town. The protesters were carrying placards and banners inscribed with their demands. It is pertinent to mention here that Muhammad Aslam and his wife Sana Aslam along with her sister-in-law Asma and companion Ishaq Sultan had set up Future Built Marketing Company in 2008. The office was located in goodtime apartment flat no 404 in 13-D Gulshan-e-Iqbal. They had initiated number of projects including education membership, shopping plan and life insurance membership for clients. The owners of company convinced the people to invest money in projects but later they fraudulently fled away with amount of people who invested in company. According to protestors, more than 400 affectees who invested in the company to secure their family future but in May 2010, the owner of company, Aslam along with their business partners, closed down office and fled away after looting the money. The protestors disclosed that fraudulent traders had opened a new office in DHA for two to three months to fraud other people, however, when the affectees reached after getting information they were managed to escape once again as they were hiding in the metropolis till to-date. Aslam, who led the fraudulent company, resident of Malir area of city, where he used to live on a rented house, while minting money through fraud base business he shifted his family to another place in city, protestors said. The protester appealed to government and other high-ups to arrest the involved person immediately and get back their money from them. They also demanded exemplary punishment to culprits, who still at large and threatening them of dire consequence.