LAHORE - The judicial commission – investigating the events surrounding Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden’s killing in a US Navy SEALs swoop in Abbottabad on May 2, 2011 – will present its report to the government immediately after Eidul Azha.

Headed by justice (retd) Javed Iqbal, the three-member commission took over a year to draw up its report.

According to BBC, the report also identifies those individuals and institutions found guilty of negligence. However, the federal government reserves the right whether to initiate any action against them. The report has been prepared after a close observation of the crime spot and getting statements of over hundred people, including politicians, security personnel, those from sensitive agencies and different walks of life.

“The commission has formulated its recommendations, but these are being kept secret,” an official told the BBC on the condition of anonymity.

Moreover, the final draft of the report has not yet been signed by the members because Abbas Khan, former Punjab Police chief, is under treatment abroad for his heart disease, while Ashraf Jahangir, former Pakistan ambassador to the US, is in Quetta after his brother’s demise.  The official further said that Abbas Khan could be separated from the commission through a notification, keeping in view the delay being caused by his treatment. After that, he added, the other two members could present the report to the government.

The commission, however, denied the media reports that it had already submitted its report to the government.

In a press release issued on Tuesday, it said these news items, their contents and recommendations were concocted, baseless and without substance. It further said that no report or facts were revealed to the mediEJAZ POLLS