ISLAMABAD - Around four dozen armed supporters of PML-N MNA Anjum Aqeel Khan Friday stormed Shalimar Police Station and forcibly got him freed from the police custody. Police had arrested the MNA for his alleged involvement in a fraud case. An eyewitness said that the PML-N legislator was freed from the police by his supporters when he was being shifted to lock up after his arrest near Khanna Pull in the outskirts of the capital. A policeman was also injured in the incident. Later, Islamabad Inspector General of Police (IGP) Bani Amin Khan told media that cases had been registered against the miscreants under the Anti-Terrorism Act and police parties had been dispatched for their arrest. The IGP said that seven suspects had been detained while they were protesting in front of the police station, and a search operation was under way for further arrests. Armed workers of PML-N attacked the police station, besieged it and resorted to aerial firing to free Anjum Aqeel Khan, a police official said. They also protested against the arrest of their political master, arrested by the capital police Friday evening for his alleged involvement in a fraud case. According to eyewitnesses, police did not show much resistance and let the arrested MNA free, apparently, understanding the sensitivity of the situation that a scuffle could lead to more damage, even deaths. Taking notice of the incident, Interior Minister Rehman Malik ordered suspension as well as arrest of the Superintendent of Police (Saddar) Nadeem Hussain and Shalimar Police SHO Fayyaz Tanoli. Both the officials had been taken under police custody, according to a private TV channel report. The minister also directed the Islamabad Deputy Commissioner to head a judicial committee to investigate the matter thoroughly. He ordered the Islamabad IGP to ensure arrest the MNA and those who got him freed forcibly. Aqeel Khan had obtained a pre-arrest bail from a Rawalpindi court in National Police Foundation (NPF) fraud case registered against him with the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA). However, he was wanted to Shalimar Police for his alleged involvement in a land scam under FIR no.115, registered in 2010. The police had so far failed to arrest him due to his political clout.