LAHORE - The Lahorites on Wednesday paid rich tributes to the martyrs of 3/3 Liberty attacks by placing bouquets and showering flower petals at the site where the policemen lost their lives while protecting the Sri Lanka's national cricket team on Tuesday. Hundreds of people from all walks of life including children, women, youngsters and old men visited the Liberty roundabout, placed bouquets and offered Fateha for the departed souls. A great number of people started visiting the Liberty roundabout on Tuesday morning and continued visiting the site till evening. A big portrait of the traffic warden, who lost his life while performing his duty, was also placed at the Liberty roundabout with a friendship message for Sri Lanka. Many emotional scenes were witnessed as young cricket lovers and women reached the site, placed bouquets and offered Fateha for the departed souls. The women were placing bouquets with tears rolling down from their cheeks and youngsters with brave eyes. "These (cops) are alive. Shaheed never dies. We are proud of our force. We are proud of our martyrs," Raheela Bibi, a resident of Garden Town, commented after she placed a bouquet at the site. She said that the attack was a conspiracy against Pakistan to isolate our country but the Pakistanis are a brave nation and, "We will defeat the terrorists." A number of youngsters particularly cricket-lovers reached the site on Tuesday afternoon and placed bouquets to pay rich tributes to the martyrs. They said that they were hopeful to see international cricket in the country in future. "Pakistan is a country of brave nation. Such attacks cannot demoralise us,' Rashid Ali, a student of a local college said. Another visitor Ahmed Khan said that Indian Intelligence Agency (RAW) is behind such attacks. He said that the Indian government had planned such attacks to divert the world attention from their failure during the Mumbai attacks.