ISLAMABAD - An inquiry commission set up for probing Osama bin Laden debacle visited the alleged compound of OBL located at Bilal Town, Abbottabad, on Tuesday. The commission was led by Justice (Retd) Javed Iqbal and former ambassador Ashraf Jehangir Qazi, Lt Gen Nadeem Ahmed (Retd) and former inspector general Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Abbas Khan were also present. The sources told TheNation that the commission members reached the compound at Bilal Town amid tight security and the routes leading to it were sealed. The commission in the light of the briefing given by the Pakistan Air Forces on September 11, 2011 at the PAF Headquarters examined various facets of the US helicopters intrusion into Pakistani territory in the darkness of night. At the HQ Air Defence Command Chaklala the commission members were briefed by the pilots, who flew aircraft for scanning the area for any intruders on the night between 1st and 2nd May 2011. The sources said that during its stay in Abbottabad, the commission would meet with police and different agencies investigating the case and seek updates on the investigation from officials of these institutions. It further said that officials of district administration and representatives of local media would record their statements in front of the Commission, and it would also interview the locals and the eyewitnesses of the area. Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has constituted the commission for investigation into the presence of Osama bin Laden and the US Special Forces operation in the city of Abbottabad to kill the al-Qaeda chief. The commission is mandated to ascertain the full facts regarding compound of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan. It will investigate circumstances and facts regarding US operation in Abbottabad on May 2. The commission shall determine the nature, background and causes of lapses of the concerned authorities, if any, and it shall make consequential recommendations.