LAHORE The death toll of suicide attacks at Moon Market Allama Iqbal Town on Monday night has risen up to 54 while 150 persons were reported injured, disclosed police sources on Tuesday. Out of the total 54, about 28 deceased were male, 11 female, six children and nine unidentified persons died in two bomb explosions out of which 17 bodies were handed over to the deceaseds families on the same night after identification, while 19 bodies were handed over to the families of the identified deceased on Tuesday while remaining 18 bodies were declared unidentified. Police sources said both the blasts were suicidal attacks. They further disclosed that the investigation agencies also collected body parts of the suicide bombers from the spot. They further said that according to investigation agencies, the both bombers were of 17 to 18 years of age and seemed residents of Southern Punjab. Police and other investigation agencies remained busy whole day collecting parts of the destroyed things, pieces of bombs, bodies and other relevant evidence from the spot for further examination. Meanwhile, the police arrested two suspicious persons from the spot during investigation. However, a number of people continued with search for their relatives among the unidentified bodies all the day. The names of the identified are Shakeela, Zarqa, Kashif and a child Zeeshan who belonged to the same family and were residing at 30-Huma Block, Allama Iqbal Town, while other bodies were identified as Amjad r/o Chunian, Munaza Tahira of Kashmir Block, Allama Iqbal Town, Sufi Muhammad Ahmed, Farhan Sadiq of Khyber Block, Naveed Akram of Jhang, Ali Faizan, Naveed Hassan Jawad, Hassan Wahab resident of Huma Block, Sabir Iqbal, Qamar Zaman and Mian Khushi Muhammad were residents of Samanabad. Majority of the deceased among the identified were buried in different graveyards of their relevant areas on Tuesday. The sources revealed the death toll might be high and the security as well as investigation agencies wanted to keep actual number of persons died in the blasts secret. According to a report prepared by the investigation agencies, which has been sent to Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and Inspector General of Police Tariq Saleem Dogar, revealed both the blasts probably were suicide and more than 25 kg explosive was used. The report, however, has not clearly negated the chances of installation of time devices or other explosive material used in the blasts. The report also informed the higher authorities that the rescue services reached the spot about 45 minutes late. However, the Allama Iqbal Police Station registered an FIR, No 1585/09, of the bomb blasts under Sections 7 ATA, 102/427/104/302 against unidentified accused on the complaint of SHO Allama Iqbal Police Station Zahid Anwar. According to the FIR, 47 persons died and about 150 received severe injuries in the blasts.