ISLAMABAD " Advisor to Prime Minister on Interior Rehman Malik has said that Pakistan was committed to helping India in the probe of Mumbai attack and the perpetrators would be brought to justice. Talking to media persons here on Thursday, Malik said that following the United Nations resolution targeting Jamat-ud-Dawa, Pakistan had arrested 124 people including Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, Mufti Abdur Rehman, Ameer Hamza and Maulana Zakiur Rehman while its 20 offices, 87 schools, two libraries, seven religious schools, publications, 6 Web sites and several relief camps, including those which were alleged to be terrorist training camps, were also sealed. He said that after receiving information from the Indian Government, Pakistan had constituted an Investigation Commission comprising FIA officials that would investigate the given information. He said that Additional Director General FIA would lead the commission while DIGs would also be a part of the team. According to a private TV channel, the officials included FIA Additional Director-General Javed Iqbal would head the Commission while Khalid Qureshi and Liaqat Ali Khan would be its members. Rehman assured that the investigation would be carried out with full transparency and its results would be shared with the nation and the world. Malik said that crime scene was in India but it was linked with Pakistan and some other countries, so it was necessary to collect sufficient proof that would be acceptable in the law courts. He said that Pakistan had assured India of its unconditional support in Mumbai investigation and he was optimistic that India would react positively on the offer of unconditional support. He said Mumbai attacks were directed by non-state actors and not by the Pakistani state, and they are common threat for Pakistan and India. He added that Pakistan and India would have to take action jointly against non-state actors and terrorists. He asked India to establish direct diplomatic channels with Pakistan for the exchange of information on Mumbai attacks instead of using indirect channels.