ISLAMABAD: The judicial commission which was assigned to investigate US raid in Abbottabad killing al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden has completed its work, Radio Pakistan reported on Saturday.
The commission will now submit its report after one of its members - Abbas Khan – returns from a trip abroad.
Earlier, the government had directed the commission to submit its report before October 12.
The Law and Justice Division had issued a notification according to which the commission was told to complete the inquiry and submit its report to the Federal Government within thirty days commencing from the September 12.
On May 2, 2011, US commandos had raided a compound in Abbottabad to capture the former al Qaeda chief who had been living there for more than five years.
The government subsequently formed a five-member judicial commission to probe the presence of Bin Laden so close to Pakistan’s premier military training facility and the circumstances leading to his death in the raid by US troops.
The commission held investigations, examined witnesses and conducted field missions.