LAHORE - Pranksters have surfaced again in the city in the wake of looming security concerns, causing panic among the patients and the school children by making more than 10 hoax calls about planting bombs at schools, hospitals and other public buildings. This time the impact of these fake calls might be more severe than the past because the people are already undergoing mental agony and fear of attacks after the terrible incidents of Liberty and Manawan. Moreover, the sensitive agencies had also warned some days back that the citys education institutions and some other important places might be the next target of the terrorists. The hoax calls also caused immense troubles for the police, which responded to the emergency calls and started search operation. CCPO Lahore Pervez Rathore said that FIRs have been registered against the prank callers under section 7ATA. The accused would have to face trial under anti terrorism act, he said and added that some police teams have been formed to hunt the hoax callers and soon would arrest them. To a query, the CCPO said city police have responded to nine hoax calls made by unknown people. Out of these, he said, three calls were about the plantation of public hospitals including Jinnah, Shaikh Zayed and Lahore General Hospital. When asked, he did not confirm any arrest of the hoax caller so far. Police sources said hoax calls about the plantation of bombs were made in the Jinnah Hospital, Lahore General Hospital and the Shaikh Zayed Hospital while the other calls were about the presence of bombs in an English medium school near Baghbanpura, in a car parked outside a five star hotel on The Mall and another call was made about the bomb in a madarasa of Jamatud Dawa near Choburgi Chowk. Hue and cry like situation was witnessed in the English medium school situated at Aakhri Minute Stop near Baghbanpura when unidentified caller warned that a bomb planted in the premises of the school will soon go off. The schoolteachers and the minor students rushed outside the building to save their lives. The school administration informed the local police, which reached the site along with the bomb disposable squad and got vacated entire building. The officials launched search operation and after two hours hectic efforts found nothing there. Baghnanpura police later registered a case against the unknown caller. Calls of bombs plantation created fear among the patients, their attendants and the administration of the three public hospitals including Jinnah Hospital, Shaikh Zayed and the Lahore General Hospital. Police later rushed to the spot and got vacated the buildings. Later all the three hospitals were given green signal, as bomb disposable squads found nothing there during search. Similarly, the sources said, police received a call of another unknown man who warned that a bomb planted in a vehicle parked outside a five star hotel on The Mall will go off soon. Police officials faced immense trouble when they reached the site and found many cars parked outside the hotel. However, they searched all the cars with metal detectors and other devices bout found no bomb in the cars. The prank callers did not spare even the headquarter of Jamatud Dawa as police also received hoax call about the presence of explosives in the said building situated at Choburgi Chowk. However, police and bomb disposable squad officials found no bomb there during through search. CCPO Lahore said that the prank callers would be treated under Anti Terrorist Act as all the cases were registered against them under section 7ATA.