Abbottabad Commission: ‘No institution, individual held responsible’

Commission to finalise report by May 21, will be submitted to Supreme Court, says spokesperson.


Zahid Gishkori May 02, 2012

ISLAMABAD: The Abbottabad Commission, probing the May 2 US raid which killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden last year, has said that no institution or individual has been held responsible in the report due to be submitted by the end of May.

The commission spokesperson, in an official statement, said that the media reports are based on surmises and conjectures which should be avoided.

“The report will be finalised on May 21 and will be submitted to Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry within a week... most probably this month,” a spokesperson of the commission told The Express Tribune.

The reasons for the delay in submission will also be made public, he added.

COMMENTS (4)

Mirza | 9 years ago | Reply

Guys give the free and fair commission a break. Their findings are going to be supported by the facts: There was no OBL in Pakistan, let alone killed and taken out of Paksitan. What compound, I myself checked the maps and it does not exist. What kids and family, none is found on our sacred soil. The Commission should not have even been appointed it is the PPP govt's fault. They made the judges waste their time when they all could have worked on the unsigned memo and the memo that is not written.

Seema | 9 years ago | Reply

@G. Din: You forgot Ojhiri camp incident and collapse of Shershah by pass that was built by NLC and Mahran base incident Our so called free and fair judiciary only have swift decision in days when ppp man included,Years has been passed but they did not award any punishment. our army is army of angles do no wrongs in collaboration with Judiciary, always come clean, and innocent were hanged. This is Pakistan.

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