RAWALPINDI - Despite strict ban imposed on begging in the Rawalpindi district, the beggars are still roaming in the streets and markets freely.  PML-N leader Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan imposed the ban on begging during a Press conference several day back held to introduce the good governance in Rawalpindi, which was also attended by CPO Rao Muhammad Iqbal, DCO Jamal Mustafa Syed and various other officials. But defying the government order, huge number of beggars, including men, women and children are tormenting the citizens at every signal of Murree Road, city's bazaars and various other towns.    PML-N Senior Minister also announced on that occasion that Punjab government would facilitate the beggars by providing them shelters, food, medical facilities and other essential needs of daily life. Despite the CPO Rao Muhammad Iqbal direction to SHOs, including traffic wardens and Blue Pants for arresting beggars, these police officials did not  pay any heed to the problems. Different areas including, Saddar, 22 Number Chungi, Katchehri Chowk, Mareer Chowk, Rialto Chowk, Liaquat Bagh, Committee Chowk, Raja Bazaar, City Saddar Road, 6th Road, Rehman Abad signal, Shamsa Abad signal, Faizabad and Pir Wadhae are under the tighten grip of beggars fleecing the citizens. It is pertinent to mention here that these beggars are adopting variety of tricks to trap people such as some beggars have a medical certificate in their hands inscribed with "Please help, I am suffering from a fatal decease" or holding spadeswith the slogan "We cannot get work, please give some alms". While some say "We have no fair to travel to native town" However, some young girls or boys move in bazaars holding pens and other luggage for sale. If you don't want to buy some thing, they urged you for help him/her by giving some alms.   A number of young girls, women, covering their faces with black clad can be seen asking for alms, saying "My father or some other blood relative has been admitted in the hospital and I have no money for medicine. Please help me"   Some gypsy women, including their children march in bazaars, especially on Thursday, as they believe that people come generous on the day in giving alms. When contacted Malik Asghar, owner of Pakistan Ply Wood at City Saddar Road, he told TheNation that no body could stop the beggars. He said that some gypsy young girls are exploiting the young boys for illicit relations. Punjab Machinery Store owner Arshad said that these beggars had no other source for earning bread and butter except begging. He said that government should accommodate them by taking some positive steps in this regard. When contacted CPO Rao Muhammad Iqbal Khan, he said that Punjab and City Police launched a campaign against these beggars. "We have arrested 100 beggars so far and legal action against them is on the card," he added.