ISLAMABAD - The government Tuesday finalised the composition of commissions on Abbottabad episode and Saleem Shahzad killing. As per the summary sent by Law Ministry and approved by the PM, the 5-member Abbottabad Commission, to be headed by Justice Javed Iqbal, will present its findings in six weeks. Punjab IG Javed Iqbal will replace Justice Fakhruddin G Ebrahim, who refused to be part of the commission on personal. Other three members include Lt-Gen (retd) Nadeem Ahmed, former Islamabad IG Abbas Khan and former ambassador Ashraf Jahangir Qazi. Secretary Cabinet Ms Nargis Sethi was appointed as secretary of the commission. The summary says the Commission shall: 1- Ascertain the full facts regarding the presence of Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan; 2- Investigate circumstances and fact regarding the US operation in Abbottabad on 2nd May, 2011; 3- Determine the nature, background and causes of lapses of concerned authorities, if any; and 4- Make consequential recommendations. The Ministry of Interior shall provide Secretarial support to the Commission. The Saleem Shahzad murder commission shall consist of: (a) Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, FSC Chief Justice Mr Justice Agha Rafiq Ahmed, PFUJ President Pervez Shaukat, IGP and Islamabad GP. The terms of reference for the Commission are: 1- To inquire into the background and circumstances of abduction and subsequent murder of Saleem Shahzad; 2- To identify the culprits involved in the abduction and subsequent murder of the said journalist; 3- Recommend measures to prevent recurrence of such gruesome incidents against journalists in future; 4- To probe the matters of conduct which are in derogation of Articles 4, 9, 17, 19 and 19A of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and to investigate in-depth such background facts. The Secretary Information and Broadcasting shall act as Secretary of the Commission. The Commission shall submit its report within six weeks and the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting shall provide secretarial support to the Commission. Meanwhile