LAHORE - Following the directives of Punjab Ombudsman Khalid Mehmood, an FIR has been registered under Sections 452/506 & 354/511 against six officials of the Nawan Kot Police for illegally entering the house of a Sabzazar resident, attempting to rape his wife, making threatening calls, illegally searching the house and looting valuables from there. According to details, Rasheed Ahmed, son of Chiragh Din, a resident of Kot Mohammadi near B Block Sabzazar submitted an application to the Punjab Ombud-sm, saying that that on May 7, 20l0, around 10:30pm, Sub Inspector (SI) Ghulam Mustafa, SI Ghulam Abbas, Driver Sarfaraz Dogar, Constable Muhammad Nadeem, Constable Mohammad Azam and Constable Robin Rasheed of the Nawan Kot Police forced an entry into his house. They illegally searched the house in sheer infringement of personal and property rights. During the search, Rs3000 were looted by SI Ghulam Mustafa and Rs16,000, four (4) tola gold and his identity card by other police officials. Although there was no case registered neither he was wanted to the police in any case or complainant. The complainant stated that the police officials tortured and attempted to rape her wife. Later on, several times, the police officials made various to his wife offering 'friendship. The Ombudsman deputed Ch Kabir Ahmed Khan (Consultant-VII) Office of the Provincial Ombudsman Punjab, Lahore as investigating officer (IO). In view of the circumstances and statement of both parties, the Ombudsman accepted the version of the complainant and directed the CCPO Lahore to register an FIR against SI Ghulam Mustafa and all other officials for illegally entering the house, torturing the complainants family, detaining and looting valuables, attempting to rape complainants wife and making threatening calls. Later on, the DIG (Operations) Lahore, in his compliance report confirmed the registration of an FIR and submitted copies.