LAHORE - Punjab Inspector General of Police (IGP) Javed Iqbal said on Wednesday that the terror network behind the Faisalabad blast has been traced and two more suspects arrested, but they have no connection with the 'Punjabi Taliban. Addressing the passing-out parade of the 7th intermediate course at Police Training School, Chung, the IGP said the information gleaned from the one suspect arrested on the spot (Usman) led to the arrest of two of his associates working in a group to the target offices of secret agencies. Asked to reveal the identity of the group, the IGP refused to share the details at the point in time. He said the arrested terrorists are linked to a banned organisation but it is premature to say about identity of the organisation, adding that further investigation from arrested suspects was underway and the name of the banned organisation would be made public after completing investigation. He said law enforcement agencies are taking effective steps to eradicate terrorism from the province, but the general public should also play their collective role and cooperate with the police to curb the menace. The IGP said three suspects have been arrested from the area surrounding the blast site in Faisalabad. He said the provincial police were fighting the war against terrorism on the frontline and several policemen have embraced martyrdom in the line of duty. He urged the jawans to keep their morale very high and be determined to deal with the challenges of terrorism and extremism in the province. The provincial police chief further advised the jawans for not misusing their power and should always behave well with the people who come to them for help. The kind and decent behaviour of jawans will make people trust them and have faith in them, the IGP said. Later, the IGP laid stone of the monuments being constructed for the martyrs of the Punjab Police and inaugurated office block of PTS. The IGP met with the trainees of different courses at PTS and had lunch with the staff besides lauding the efforts being made by Maj (r) Mubashar Ullah, commandant PTS Chung, for the training of the batch.