LAHORE - Panic gripped Walled City when five bomb explosions of low-intensity occurred in different localities of Tibbi Area on Friday night with no casualties reported. Four to five shops of grocery, shoes and clothes, and a few houses were partly damaged. According to Edhi officials only four people including Tariq 40, Rizwan 12, Rehman and Muhammad Ameen 25, sustained minor injuries and were shifted to Mayo Hospital where their condition was stated to be stable. A newly surfaced organisation namely Diffaey Nazria Pakistan (Defence of Pakistan Ideology) claimed to have carried out these blasts. Police sources said that the aforementioned organisation targeted the 'Red Light area to create panic among prostitutes for their 'illegal business. Soon after the blasts the prostitutes left their homes and shifted to some safe places, the police said. The blasts took place in different narrow streets including Ram Road near Imam Bargah, Taxali Chowk and in Lohari, an eyewitness Durab Khan said, adding that two blasts took place in front of Tarranum Cinema, one in front of a tailor namely Haji Muhammad Younus in Haidri Street, one at a shop of another musical band and one at Taxali Chowk. Police officials, however, said some media men had received an SMS around 10 minutes prior to the blasts. They also said some eyewitnesses had seen two motorcycle riders placing explosive materials in different streets. The police officials said the locals tried to catch these persons but they managed to flee from the scene. The area, however, was immediately evacuated while Rescue 1122, Edhi ambulances and Bomb Disposal Squad teams reached the spot for rescue operations. Another eyewitness, Shah Meer, said the people were terrified of the five blasts and were expecting more, which seemed to be on the pattern of the blasts occurred at Perus CafT at Rafi Peer Theatre and in Allama Iqbal Town a few months back. According to law enforcement agencies personnel, these crackers were detonated in order to create panic among the citizens but the terrorists deliberately failed in their nefarious designs as the people had already left the shoe-market. Meanwhile, it was learnt that Anti-Terrorist Cell had arrested two terror suspects outside the Tarranum Cinema and shifted them to unknown place for further investigations. The securities agencies sources, however, disclosed that this was a heinous act of terrorists to divert the attention of the masses and let down the protest demonstrations against the social network website Facebook. Talking to The Nation, SSP (Investigation) Ch Shafiq Ahmad Gujjar inspected the area and said such incidents had often happened in Lahore and people had to face these gallantly. He said if any organisation owed the blasts even then the police would investigate the matter. Police across the Punjab is committed to foil such nefarious acts of terrorists as soon as possible, Ch Shafiq added. It is worth mentioning that twin blasts of minor intensity had also created panic when they had taken place at Perus CafT at Raiwind Road when some artists were performing their art during a Ghazal night.