LAHORE The metropolitan police on Saturday recovered a 24-year-old UK national female, who had disappeared under mysterious circumstances about four days ago from a local shopping mall in Gulberg police precincts. Despite confirmation by the reliable sources, interestingly the SP Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) Police Omar Virk clearly declined of recovering the lady so far. He ,however, said the couple namely Awais Haider alongwith his spouse Jamie Julius William, resident of Karim Block, went missing from the last four days. 'How could I say that they have been recovered when still police have been probing into the issue, he responded to a query. Insiders in CIA Police said the lady has been recovered and CIA was hiding the issue following special directives of Inspector General of Police Punjab Javed Iqbal and CCPO Muhammad Aslam Tareen due to unexplained reasons. They further said the lady was recovered from a local hotel situated in Liberty Area. They further commented the CIA was concealing the issue for two reasons. 'They wish to give different angle to this story or they are doing so to show their performance during a Press conference, which may be arranged by the City police within a couple of days, they added. The CIA sources however shared a quite different story. They said Awais Haider had tied knot with Julius, 24, one year back in UK. 'The lady alongwith her husband arrived in Pakistan on January 9 to meet her in-laws but her husband Awais in connivance with his three unidentified friends planned to mint money from his father-in-law based in UK through staging a drama of kidnapping his daughter, they added. They said the couple disappeared under mysterious circumstances on Jan 11 after they did shopping in leading mall and were on their way home. The accused somehow managed to stage a drama that Awais and his wife Julius have been kidnapped from the shopping mall and an FIR was also lodged in concerned police station on the same day. 'FIR has been sealed but according to the case the couple was kidnapped for ransom and unnamed abductors were demanding Rs 5 million for their recovery, police sources said.