ISLAMABAD: On the directives of Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani, a three-member judicial commission was set up to determine the cause of the Bhoja Air crash, Express News reported Sunday.
The Interior Ministry issued a notification for the constitution of a judicial commission which will be headed by former chief justice Lahore High Court, Justice (retd) Zahid Hussain Bukhari.
Justice (retd) Nasim Sikandar will be a member of the commission, while Dr Wasim Kausar will be the secretary.
The judicial commission will conduct investigations and decide if Bhoja Air could be allowed to resume operations or not.
It will also compile the record of the past flights of the aircraft and will give recommendations on avoiding such a tragedy in the future.
The commission will be probing into the airworthiness of the aircraft.
Earlier, the owner of Bhoja Air, Farooq Bhoja was taken into custody by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and his name was also placed on the Exit Control List (ECL).
The plane’s Black Box was recovered late Saturday night from the crash site by the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has been handed over to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) but when it will be sent for examination is yet to be ascertained.
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