KARACHI - The families of three alleged suicide bombers, arrested by Rawalpindi police, have contradicted the claims from police, saying their beloved ones had no affiliation with any terrorist outfit. "Our beloved ones went missing on different dates last year and later their names were included in missing persons' list", they claimed. It is pertinent to mention here that CPO Rawalpindi, Rao Muhammad Iqbal, had told newsmen on Thursday that the arrested persons were involved in several terrorist activities in Islamabad and Rawalpindi. The detainees have also been accused of affiliation with the Wana-based terrorists, particularly Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan chief Baitullah Mehsud. They, along with their other seven accomplices, were also allegedly involved in a string of deadly bombings last year that destroyed the Danish Embassy, killed the Surgeon General of Pakistan Army and wounded several FBI personnel. The arrested persons included Mohammad Sarfraz, Zeeshan Jalil and Osama Waheed, the residents of Karachi. Talking to The Nation on Friday, their families contradicted the allegations made by the Rawalpindi police and claimed that all the three arrested persons had been previously included in a list of missing persons and their cases were under trial in the SHC. "All the allegations are fake as our beloved ones were never affiliated with any terrorist organisation," they claimed. Sarfaraz s/o Ibrar, is a resident of Al-Falah area and father of two children. He went missing on October 17, 2008. The area police was informed on the very next day of his missing while his family also filed a petition in the Sindh High Court on November 6, 2008. Farhan, a brother of Sarfraz, said that "Sarfaraz was picked up by law-enforcers in civvies from National Highway, Gulshan-e-Hadeed, when he, along with his friend, Arif, was on the way to Thatta". After detention at an unknown place, Arif was thrown at Sharah-e-Faisal, he added. Farhan claimed that Sarfaraz had his own business of tea and was not affiliated with any organisation. Similarly, the Brigade Police on October 19, 2008, were informed about the missing of Zeeshan Jalil, a resident of Gulistan-e-Johar and a father of three children. A petition was also filed with the SHC in this connection. "He was running a medical and general store," his father Jalil said, adding "My son was kidnapped from a place near the Quaid-e-Azam Mausoleum." Osama Waheed, the father of two children, went missing on September 14 when he was on the way to home at Boostan-e-Rafiq, Malir, after dropping his father at Cantt Railway Station. "We repeatedly contacted the police but got no response. We finally filed a petition regarding his disappearance in the court in October," said his brother Ajmal Waheed. "Recently we received information that Osama has been shifted to Islamabad and is in the custody of the Military Intelligence (MI)", he added. He further said that his family had affiliation with JI and was not linked to any terrorist organization.