LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Wednesday announced rupees 3 million each for the families of the three martyred policemen who lost their lives in the Lohari Gate suicide attack. Talking to media men after the funeral prayers at Police Lines Qila Gujjar Singh, he said, All educational expenses of the children of the martyred policemen would also be borne by the Punjab government. Shahbaz lauded the bravery as well as vigilance of the Mujahid Force squad policemen who intercepted the terrorist at the first police checkpoint set up to ensure security of the devotees of Data Gunj Bakhsh and the participants of the Chehlum procession. It was due to stringent security measures of the law enforcement agencies that the routine activities continued at the Data Darbar till 1am, he responded to media query. Moreover, Inspector General Police (IGP) Punjab Javed Iqbal has said that an investigation team has been constituted to look into the Lohari Gate suicide attack and trace the culprits. Talking to media men after the funeral prayers of the martyred policemen, he said, The investigation team would be headed by CCPO Aslam Tareen. The IGP said that no jehadi outfit has yet accepted the responsibility for the Lahori Gate suicide attack. Earlier, the funeral prayers of three policemen of Mujahid Force squad who laid down their lives in the line of duty were offered on Wednesday. Policemen Haji Nazir (Chuhng), Shahbaz (Iqbal Town) and Allah Ditta embraced martyrdom during Lohari Gate suicide attack on Tuesday evening. The funeral prayers were attended by Punjab Governor Latif Khosa, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, IGP Punjab Javed Iqbal, officials and a large number of policemen at Police Lines Qila Gujjar Singh. Meanwhile, Operations Police DIG Rao Sardar Ali Khan visited the three leading hospitals of the City and inquired after the injured policemen admitted there. According to operational police spokesman, following special directives of IG Punjab Javed Iqbal, the DIG personally visited the General, Mayo and Sir Ganga Ram Hospitals where no less than 12 policemen were admitted. He further said the DIG also gave Rs 50,000 to each injured police officer besides admiring their sacrifices saying they were the real heroes of Lahore Police. During his visit, Rao Sardar also met all the Medical Superintendents and advised them to leave no stone unturned in providing them medical treatment. The police of provincial capital will pay all the expenditures, which are being spent by the victim families of these gallant police officers, the DIG told the reporters.