ISLAMABAD - Capital Police on Saturday arrested 34 activists of banned Jihadi organisation Hizb ut-Tahrir and impounded their 15 vehicles. The activists were arrested from a house situated here in sector F-8/3 when they were attending a meeting, police said. The captured activists were later detained in Margalla Police Station. Police also recovered provocative literature and computers form the house. Police impounded some 15 vehicles including two expensive cars from them including a Mercedes and Honda VTI bearing registration number 89. It is pertinent to mention here that the confiscated Honda VTI also had a 'press plate. Talking to TheNation, some arrested activists said that they were invited by Hizb ut-Tahrir leaders through Internet for attending seminar regarding growing American influence in this region. An arrested activist Abid Mahmood said, I was invited by my friend for attending the seminar about the current security issues as well as growing American influence in the region. I have no more information about Hizb ut-Tahrir and its functions. Police spokesman said FIRs have been registered against all arrested activists. Those arrested include Zakir Azeem, Muhammad Rehan, Shoib Khan, Abid Hussain, Usama Qureshi, Farhan Ali, M Saifullah, Sarfraz Khalid, Tahir Soduzai, and Muhammad Akmal.