RAWALPINDI – A bailiff recovered four men Wednesday evening from the illegal custody of Police Station (PS) Saddar Bairooni officials.The recovery later led to suspension of Station House Officer (SHO) PS Saddar Bairooni Malik Suhail Zafar and Police Check Post Ranyal Incharge Sub-Inspector (SI) Mudassir Abbas.Imran Ashraf son of Muhammad Ashraf, 39, resident of Tulsa Road and his three nephews Muhammad Yasin, 17, Muhammad Muzamil, 16, and Muhammad Yusaf, 19, the sons of Zafar Abbas, hails from Gulshan-e-Saeed on Chakri Road, were the men recovered by bailiff appointed by Lahore High Court (LHC) Rawalpindi Bench on the application of Zafar Abbas, he filed through Malik Waheed Anjum Advocate on 5/3/2013.According to details, police picked all these family members and kept in illegal custody during investigation of a girl missing case filed with the PS Saddar Bairooni on 16/11/2012 on the complaint of one Nasreen Akher, living at Gulshan-e-Saeed, who suspected Asim Mir, Muhammad Yousaf, his brother and Muhammad Riaz of involving in the kidnapping of her 17-year-old daughter Sehrish Bibi.Police filed a case; arrested all the accused person, grilled them and later sent them jail. Later on, the court of Civil Judge Faisal Rasheed granted bails to the accused. But, police lifted Imran Ashraf from his jewelry shop located at Tahli Mohri on 24/2/2013 and kept him in illegal custody at PCP Ranyal. Later, SI Malik Aftab and SI Mudassir Abbas, following the instructions of City Police Officer (CPO) Azhar Hameed Khokher who constituted a joint investigation team to probe the matter, once again called the complainant and the three nephews of Imran for routine investigation but arrested the three boys and detained them.Zafar Abbas, the brother of Imran and father of three boys, approached LHC, which appointed a bailiff and the detainees were recovered.This forced CPO Azhar Hameed Khokher to swallow bitter pills by showing the door to his blue-eyed SHO Malik Suhail Zafar, in tenure of which the crime rate attained a new peak in the limits of Saddar Bairooni, and another SI.Imran Ashraf, one of the detainees recovered by bailiff, told The Nation on Friday the real cause of all the drama staged by police implicating him and his family in a fake case. According to him, he was picked up by Saddar Bairooni police of 24/2/2013 from his shop. He said that he sold out some 14 houses to one Chaudhry Asghar of Mozah Malokal, Batriyal on 24/5/2013 against Rs 30.80 million. At the time of deal, Asghar gave Rs 20,00,000 as token money and the same amount was given later, said Imran adding that later Chaudhry handed over bank cheques worth Rs 36,00,000 and Rs 10.60 million which were disowned the bank. He got registered case with PS Civil Line.“In a bid to bow dawn me and to avoid legal action, Chaudhry Asghar hired the services of Nasreen Akhter, who has been staying in the house as rentee I sold to Chauhdry. She along with Chaudhry hide her daughter at some unknown place and implicated me and my family in a fake case just to pressurize me to not take legal action against Asghar” Imran stated in chocked voice. He said that CPO and SP Saddar Circle were aware about his and his family’s illegal detention by Saddar Bairooni police but both the officers did not take any action against the SHO and his subordinates. He appealed to Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Chief Minister of Punjab Mian Shehbaz Sharif and acting Inspecor General of Police (IGP) Punjab Khan Baig to take notice of the injustice of Rawalpindi police and provide him with justice.