LAHORE - A Special Court of Banking Offences, for the first time in history of the country, punished a cyber crime offender by awarding 41-year imprisonment and a fine of Rs 5 million to an accused involved in withdrawing Rs 170 million from accounts of different banks through fake credit cards. According to details, Cyber Crime Circle of Federal Investigation Agency had arrested Muhammad Khan alias Ali Bhai from Lahore and recovered a laptop, five machines, counterfeit credit cards of 20 international banks and data of different international banks. Ali deprived people of money with the help of his three agents namely Umer Shahzad alias Kashif, Muhammad Anwar and Shafaqat Ali, who were still at large.