LAHORE - Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) officials in two different raids on Friday arrested four persons allegedly involved in human smuggling and recovered passports, fake stamps and visas from their possession, a FIA officer said. According to the official, on Thursday Musaddaq Hussain of Faisal Town Lahore approached Director FIA Punjab Muhammad Azam Joiya and presented an application against M/s Travel Creator, Siddique Trade Centre, alleging that around 4 to 5 months ago three persons, including Nasir Javaid and Asif Javaid, extorted Rs 5,00,000 from his brother Tasadduq Hussain. They had promised to send him to Malaysia with a two-year work permit and salary of Rs 35,000 per month. The complainant further stated that if a raid is conducted at their office computer record, forged visa stickers and bank statements can be recovered, as the agency is involved in illegal human trafficking and have hoodwinked a large number of people. After receiving the information, Azam Joiya constituted a team, which contacted the plaza administrator and raided the office. During the search, Muhammad Asif Javaid of Sahiwal was arrested who introduced himself as proprietor of Travel Creator. The FIA officials also recovered some passports, one National Identity Card (NIC), a large number of NICs photo copies, forged stamps, a chequebook in the name of Muhammad Amir and a refusal letter from the Ministry of Tourism Islamabad. An FIR (323/09) has been registered against the culprit. In the second raid and other FIA team headed by Tariq Hanif Joiya arrested red-handedly a notorious human smuggler Malik Sajid Hussain along with two accomplices from Temple Road as they were receiving Rs 1.2 million from a citizen for sending him some European country. Some fake passports and travel documents were also recovered during the body search. FIA officials disclosed that Malik Sajid, a resident of Gujrat, was a notorious human smuggler. He was running a travelling agency, Excellent Travel and Tour, in Gujrat as well. They said Malik Sajid had already received the first instalment of Rs 1.2 million from the same citizen. The accused is also nominated in a case registered in Rawalpindi and extorted million rupees from the citizens under the pretext of sending them abroad, they added. A case has been registered and further investigations are underway.