LAHORE - Three police officials of Goth Mazari have appealed to the Inspector General of Police Punjab (IGP) and federal Interior Minister to take action against those Frontier Constabulary (FC) officials who abducted and victimized them of severe torture some days back. Addressing a press conference at Lahore Press Club on Sunday, SHO Goth Mazari Inspector Imtiaz Ahmed Changwani, ASI Abdul Jabbar and Constable Sajjad Ahmed revealed that some 46 FC officials detained them in a fort located in Kashmoor (Sindh). The official further told the media men that FC officer Talha Mohammad slapped Sajjad when he requested him not to intervene in public matter on Sept 16. According to them, DSP Rojhan Taimor Aziz Durani and SHO Rojhan Irshad Hussain Shamsi also met with FC Wing Commander Shafiq Ahmed for early release but no avail. The FC officers released us on next day, they added. The police official said that they were shifted to DHQ Rajanpur and then Nishtar Hospital Multan. They said despite the case (48/10, 49/10) registered under section 355, 7ATA, 148, 149, 353A, 395 of PPC at Goth Mazari Police Station but no arrest was made so far. During the press conference, they also tendered their resignation from service and maintained they would not discharge their duties till the provision of justice. They also appealed to the Chief Justice LHC Khajawa Mohammad Sharif, IG Tariq Saleem Dogar and Interior Minister Rehman Malik for justice. Action against land grabbers demanded Sabzazaar Welfare Society and Welfare Federation have appealed to the District Coordination Officer (DCO) Sajjad Ahmed Bhutta to take strict action against land grabbers and the people patronizing them in D-Block. They said the Housing Scheme of LDA had been practically spoiled as gypsies had illegally occupied the land but none of the government was taking interest of initiating action against them. Ch Mohammad Fazal, Mohammad Afzal Khan, Mian Mohammad Riaz, Liaqat Ali, Ishtiaq Ahmed, Ch Manzoor Ahmed, Irfan Ali, Mohammad Saleem and others expressed these views during a protest demonstration held in D-Block on Sunday.