LAHORE - Expressing serious concern over the mysterious activities of the US national on the Pakistani soil, political leaders demanded of the American government to reveal the real identity and task of Raymond Davis in Pakistan. Talking to TheNation on Saturday Awami Muslim League President Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said a joint investigation team comprising intelligence agencies of Pakistan Army, police, and civilian secret services should conduct investigations into the most serious case in the history of Pakistan wherein an employee of the US Mission killed two innocent civilians in broad daylight. Recognising the possibility of 'undercover role of Raymond Davis, Mr Rashid said: It is astonishing that an employee, who is allegedly an American diplomat, drove his vehicle onto a busy road in the city and killed two Pakistanis. The accused was also well-trained in hitting his target. The AML chief also demanded that details of nearly 10 tours of the accused in Pakistan should also be made public. Warning the government of the serious repercussions, he said Daviss case would become a 'political issue if it would not be handled properly. When contacted, senior PML-Q leader Tariq Azeem said: The issue is very serious and I think justice will be done without any fear and pressure. He also demanded the US to disclose the real identity and job of Raymond Davis in Pakistan. The PML-Q leader said: An ambassador or his family may be immune from all criminal acts but an official of a lower rank a technician or a member of administrative staff at a foreign mission does not enjoy the same immunity. Meanwhile, JI Chief Syed Munawar Hasan announced that all attempts by the federal or the provincial government to protect the US citizen involved in the killing of three innocent people in Lahore would be foiled. He also announced to stage a protest demonstration on The Mall along with the members of bereaved families if culprits hiding in the US Consulate and the vehicle that crushed Ibadur Rahman were not taken in custody within next four days. He expressed these views while talking to the media persons after visiting the houses of victims families. The JI chief also stressed upon the Punjab chief minister not to join the federal governments efforts for the killers release. He accused the federal interior minister of defending Blackwater agents instead of protecting his own countrymen. Mr Munawar said the Punjab JI chapter had set up a committee comprising senior lawyers to provide legal assistance to the bereaved families. JUP secretary general Qari Zawar Bahadur said Davis was member of Blackwater, and he should be dealt according to the Pakistani laws.