ISLAMABAD: The memo commission on Monday submitted its report in the Supreme Court here, Geo News reported.
The three-member memo commission headed by Justice Qazi Faiz Issa was set up last year in December on the orders of the Supreme Court. The commission was asked to probe into the scandal that came to the fore after some serious allegations were made against the former Pakistan ambassador, Husain Haqqani by a US citizen Mansoor Ijaz.
Ijaz alleged that former ambassador Husain Huqqani after the Abbotabad episode had asked him to write a memo to the US official seeking support for the civilian government.
The commission investigating the allegations held 24 marathon sessions recoding statements of scores of concerned persons including that of the prime character Mansoor Ijaz’s on video link, while the statement of Husain Haqqani could not be recorded as he like Ijaz on the pretext of security demanded video link facility, which the commission didn’t accede and, thereafter, Huqqani despite repeated summons refused to come to Pakistan.
Memo commission secretary, session judge Jawwad Abbas today submitted the sealed probe report at the office of the Supreme Court.