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Just read the news about CAT House Club in Islamabad that there was a police raid and a lot of local and foreign ladies were arrested dancing there at the club. Police also found and confiscated a large no of alcohol.
New Club in Islamabad. Checkout the site. (I am not posting any pictures of the Dance Club on the site as it might cross the barriers of morality of some contributors/members. Just a banner photo of the site is posted to honour  members concerns)

I have heard that Lahore and Karachi have more modern nightclubs then this, God knows what the hell bloody Musharraf has done to Pakistan
 Reply:   کشمیر کی آزادی تحریک
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لگتا ہے کشمیر میں آزادی کی تحریک ایک نئے اور خون ریز مرحلے میں داخل ہو گئی ہے اور ہر طلوع ہونے دن کشمیری نوجوانوں کی شہادت کی نوید لے کر آتاہے جو اس تحریک کو سیراب کرنے کے لیے خون دیا جارہاہے اور جس تحریک میں شہیدوں کا خون شامل ہو جائے وہ تحریک کسی نہ کسی انجام پر پہنچ کر ختم ہوتی ہے بھارت کو کشمیریوں کو آزادی ہے ہوگی اس کے علاوہ کوئی حل نہیں ہے کیونکہ کشمیری اپنے آپ کو بھارت کا حصہ نہیں مانتے اب پاکستانی مقبوضہ کشمیر کے عوام کو بھی ان کا ساتھ دینے اٹھنا ہو گا کسی خفیہ ایجنسی کو تحریک میں داخل نہ ہونے دینا ہو گا ورنہ پہلےجیسا حشر ہو گا اب اپنے بل بوتے پر تحریک چلانی ہو گی پاکستانی ٹاوٹ بن کر شہیدوں کے خون سے غداری کرنے والوں کو سامنے لانا ہو گا
 Reply:   The MNA was from PPPscript sr
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (10/Mar/2008)

 Reply:   One MNA, two MPAs-elect releas
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (10/Mar/2008)
Police raided a guesthouse-cum- club in F-10/3 Saturday night leading to the arrest of 52 people including 20 women, some of them foreign nationals, and three MPs-elect.
* One MNA, two MPAs-elect released shortly after raid
* SSP warns of more raids to curb "˜immoral activities'

By Imran Naeem Ahmad and Fazal Sher

ISLAMABAD: Police raided a guesthouse-cum- club in F-10/3 Saturday night leading to the arrest of 52 people including 20 women, some of them foreign nationals, and three MPs-elect.

Police said there had been reports in recent days of the club being
used for illegal activities, which was also creating problems for the
area residents.

Being a weekend, the club, Cat House, was at its peak activity when a
police team headed by Magistrate Muhammad Liaquat Abbasi and Deputy
Superintendent of Police (DSP) Farhat Abbas Kazmi conducted the raid.

The club owner, Zafar Iqbal Shahid, was also arrested. He was found
monitoring from his office the action going on inside the club through
a closed-circuit camera.

Judicial Magistrate Hidayatullah granted bail to all the women,
including six Chinese nationals, under the Women Protection Bill. Cases
against the accused were registered under Sections 371A, 371B, 496 B,
13-20/60 and ¾ of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC).

Ps released: Prominent among those arrested were an MNA and two
MPAs-elect. They were released shortly afterwards by Shalimar police.
Police said they had recovered 44 bottles of imported liquor and 88
bottles of beer besides three guns and ammunition.
Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Syed Kaleem Imam told Daily Times
on Sunday that following complaints from residents, a notice was served
on the owner asking him to shut down the club.
"Since he paid no heed to the notice, considering the residents'
problems, we took action," Imam said, adding that the six Chinese women
would now be deported. Earlier, the authorities had deported 13 Chinese

More raids: Imam warned of more raids on clubs and places where illicit
activities were being carried out. "We have raided such spots in the
past and would continue to do so in future," he said, expressing his
resolve to clean up all clubs of such illegal activities. He said the
club owner was unlikely to get bail.

Inaugurated by a former state minister, Cat House had a dance floor, a
bar and "˜special rooms' for guests. Police said they had also seized
computers and identity cards of several people from the premises.
The residents said that drunken men and women were regularly seen
coming out of the club and there were brawls almost every day. "We
faced great problems because of this and couldn't venture out of our
homes for an evening stroll," said Nasir Farooq, a resident.

Another resident, wanting not to be identified, said that loud music
and noise coming out of the club had made life troublesome for them.
"It used to get worse on weekends," she pointed out while appreciating
the police raid. "They have done well to close down the place but I
think the police acted late," she said.\03\10\story_10-3-2008_pg11_1

 Reply:   Yesterday there was raid on th
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (9/Mar/2008)

20 foreign girls along with new elected MNAs/MPAs were arrested as well.
Can some one let me know, about more details?
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