LAHORE - The police investigators are not sure why the terrorists have picked a rather quiet place of GOR-2 for the sabotage and who was their target. A senior police officer seeking anonymity told The Nation that the police officers are investigating on different lines as the incident of blast took place at the time when Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani was also in City. He revealed that a senior police officer Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Javed Shah might be the target of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and Sipah Sahaba. Javed Shah is residing in the GOR-II and the road where vehicle was parked was the main route being used by the police officer for his movement. The police officer further disclosed that the DIG had killed a notorious and hardened criminal Riaz Basra in a police encounter. "Javed Shah has received serious threats recently from unknown quarters. He could be on their hit-list", he said. There is also a possibility that the mastermind behind this terrorism could not hit the main target due to high security measures taken in the city on the arrival of the prime minister in Lahore, forcing the perpetrators to carry out the blast in the GOR, he further said. When contacted the SP Investigation Civil Lines Dr Haider Ashraf said for the first time police succeeded in establishing ownership of the vehicle, used in the blast, within a short span of time within only one hour after the occurrence of the crime. It has never happened in the past that police got such a big clue. There is strong possibility that police will reach up to the culprits behind this crime. To a question, the SP said that time device was used in the blast incident in the GOR. A case has been registered against the unknown terrorists under sections 302,324 of PPC, 7ATA of Anti-Terrorism Act and 3/4 of Explosive Act in the Lytton Road police station. Capital City Police Chief Pervez Rathore, Commissioner Lahore Khusru Pervez, DCO Lahore Sajjad Ahmad Bhutta, SSP Investigation Lahore and other senior police officers reached the spot.