LAHORE - A head of a local family has appealed to the Chief Minister Punjab and Inspector General Police to take notice of highhandedness of the Sialkot police officials who allegedly implicated his son, a CSS student, and his young nephew in an fake drug case. Talking to this scribe Raja Rafaqat said that his young son Rizwan Shahid appeared in CSS exams on June 23, 2009 and the family was waiting for the result. He said, surprisingly, early on June 24, 2009, no less than one dozen persons armed with lethal weapons barged into his Iqbal Town, Lahore residence by scaling boundary walls and held up all the family members at the gunpoint. He said his young nephew Muhammad Adil who had arrived from England was also present at his residence at that time. He was to leave for England, the same day on PK709 flight. The armed men threatened the inmates including female family members of dire consequences for raising alarm. They taped mouths of his family members including his son and nephew and bundled them in their own car and a van. Raja Rafaqat said later they came to known that the intruders were the police officials of Sialkots Kotwali police station. The police team being headed by an Inspector later identified as Qadir Ahmad informed a senior police officer later identified as Deputy Superintendent Police (DSP) Muhammad Nawaz on the cell phone about the task accomplishment. Rafaqt said the police officials made him, his female family members and children sit in his (Rafaqat) car while bundled his son and nephew in the police van. He said the police officials then left for Sialkot and when they were about to leave the jurisdiction of Lahore, a policeman who was driving the car stopped it at a petrol pump due to mechanical fault. The policemen also got the fuel tanks of the police van and his car filled from the said petrol pump. On being asked, an employee of the petrol pump informed the police officials about a nearby motor workshop. He said after getting the car repaired, the police officials again left for Sialkot and reached the police station. After reaching police station, the police sent all the family members including female members behind the bars, Raja Rafaqat told, adding later they released the women and children after keeping them hours in illegal custody but refused to send back his son Rizwan and nephew Adil. He said believe it not the police officials later registered an FIR under Section 9-C of Control of Narcotics Substance Act (CNSA) against the both youngsters. In the FIR, it was alleged that Sialkot Kotwali police received information about the illegal transportation of heroin by two suspects. A police team formed in this regard rushed to the spot and found a car parked alongside the road near Chowk Muhammad Pura, Sialkot. The police officials arrested car riders later identified as Rizwan Shahid and Adil and recovered 3,200-gram heroin from the car. Rafaqat said that it was the same car, which the police officials used to shift him and his family members from Lahore to Sialkot. He also claimed that he had a written statement of the petrol pump manager and its employees who had witnessed him and his family members under police custody which was a strong evidence in this regard. He alleged that Sialkot police implicated his son and nephew in the fake drug case on the instructions of DSP Muhammad Nawaz who was friend of a rich businessman of Sialkot where his son had also been running business of import and export. He has appealed to the Chief Minister Punjab and the Inspector General Police to take notice of the polices brutality and provide him and his family justice.