Islamabad: Imposter given to police
ISLAMABAD: An alleged imposter arrested by BharaKahu police with the letterheads of Pakistan Army, Foreign Office and Senate, was remanded on Thursday in police custody for three days.
The BharaKahu police produced the accused – Mukhdoom Hussain – in the court of magistrate who sent him in police custody on three days physical remand.
On Wednesday, the police raided a hotel at Murree Road and arrested Mukhdoom Hussain, a resident of Sihala, when he was finalising a deal with two job seekers.
During search, the police recovered six letterheads of Pakistan Army, Foreign Office and Senate. During interrogation, he disclosed that he got the letterheads printed by a private press located in Aabpara. The letterheads were used to defraud people by offering them job in the government institutions, he added.
He further told investigators that he was about to extract Rs102,000 from two people of Murree against the jobs in Foreign Office and Finance Division.
The police had registered a case against him on charges of impersonation and fraud.