ISLAMABAD (NNI) - A human rights Sub-Committee of the National Assembly in its last meeting on June 8, had decided to go to Balochistan to investigate the May 17 shooting of foreign citizens because of its concerns regarding the probe being conducted there. MNA Ms Farahnaz Ispahani, Member of National Assemblys Committee on Human Rights was directed by Chairman Riaz Fatyana in concurrence with the rest of the committee to travel to Quetta to investigate the Kharotabad incident. Farahnaz Ispahani visited Quetta to find out facts about Kharotabad incident on Saturday evening on June 11th. During the two-day visit the committee held meetings with IG Police, Additional IG Police, CCPO Quetta, Chief Secretary, Home Secretary and other related officials of Balochistan government. The investigation was focused on the status of the deceased foreigners. The Balochistan officials were unable to answer Ms Farahnaz Ispahani in their first briefing on Saturday evening. The officials were asked to re-appear again the next day with full preparation and documentary proofs of some missing facts. She also directed the officials to produce the taxi driver of the vehicle, police personnel, and SHO of the concerned area. Farahnaz Ispahani asked officials to also produce medico-legal officer alongwith autopsy reports in order to complete the investigation fairly and technically. In the investigative meeting on Sunday, the committee member was thoroughly briefed by the officials. The committee members interviewed in detail, Syed Baqir Hussain Shah the medico-legal officer and the driver. It also held meetings with the diplomat from Tajikistan Embassy who was representing the dead Tajik citizen and his Russian wife Olga. While talking to media outside the committee room after completion of inquiry into the probe, Farahnaz Ispahani said that it would be immature to conclude about the incident at this juncture. She said that after analyzing and examining facts and evidences collected during the visit, final report would be submitted and made public as soon as possible.