LAHORE - An accused of a dacoity-cum-murder case No 902/4 on Thursday fled away from the district court premises after additional district and sessions judge Attiqueur Rehman Bhinder completed the proceedings of the case as totally four accused appeared before the judge on Thursday. As per details, a dacoity-cum-murder case was registered against four persons in Baghbanpura Police Station including Nisar Ahmad who got himself freed from the clutches of police who produced the accused before the trial court. Court sources as well as other eye witnessed said the accused Nisar managed to slip his hands from handcuffs and disappeared from court premises within no time. The police officials who produced the accused persons in the court remained unable to chase him. The court staff said it was the fault of police officials as on part of court there was no fault as it completed the trial proceedings within the suitable time. Islampura Police registered FIR-306 against police officials namely Aslam and Shafaqat whose negligence in their duty caused escape of Nisar. It is pertinent to mention here that earlier another accused of a murder case namely Amin alias Meena had also managed to flee from the court premises after offering intoxicating drinks to the police officials who produced him before the court concerned. Fraud case consigned to record: Accountability Court on Thursday consigned the case file to the record in which Postmaster Sheikhupura Aftab Anwer was facing charges of misappropriation of millions of rupees as the accused and Punjab NAB agreed on plea bargain. On Thursday, NAB authorities concerned informed the court that plea bargain deal with the accused was completed as the accused Aftab handed over all embezzled money to the NAB after which the court consigned the file of case to the record. According to reference details filed against Aftab by the NAB, investigation against him was conducted against the complaints of management of Post Office Department. During the probe, the investigators found Aftab guilty of misappropriating millions of rupees by making bogus money orders receipts, and miscellaneous head of account inclusive net cash.