ISLAMABAD Aabpara Police have booked three employees of an advertisement company, MAX MAC, for inflicting millions of potential losses to the CDA to hold functions in connection with the CDAs Golden Jubilee celebrations. The advertising company signed an agreement with the CDA in this regard but later, it neither held the functions nor returned the money to the authority. An FIR no 312/10 has been registered against Mohammad Azhar Mahmood Alvi, Obaid Azhar and Zaib-un-Nisa of MAX MAC under Sections 420, 468, 471 and 406 of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) for fraudulently forging some documents of the Capital Development Authority (CDA). The plaintiff in the case is an Assistant Director, Syed Mohammad Kashif of CDA. According to details described in the FIR, CDA signed an agreement of Rs60 millions with a company, MAX MAC for making arrangements to hold five functions in connection with the authoritys golden jubilee celebrations. When Aabpara police was contacted, it said that no arrest had been made as yet. CDA spokesman Ramzan Sajid was of the view that the civic authority signed an agreement with the company that the company would use the CDAs advertisement sites for its commercial and business purposes and in return, it would provide consultancy to hold golden jubilee functions and for other purposes also. He said that losses as described in the FIR were of potential nature and not actual adding that MAX MAC forwarded the agreement to another company after fraudulently attaching some documents signed by the authoritys officers which according to him were not actually signed by these officers.