ISLAMABAD - Chairman of NA Human Rights Committee, Riaz Fatiana, ordered formation of a fact-finding sub-committee to probe April 12 killings. The National Assemblys standing committee on human rights on Wednesday took notice of grave human rights violation in Abbottabad last year and despite lengthy hearings, the matter has not been proceeded even an inch towards its justified and logical conclusion. As many as eight people lost their lives when the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police opened indiscriminate fire at the unarmed public protesting against the renaming of NWFP as KP in the 18th amendment, on April 12 2010. Five people succumbed to injuries at the hospitals later. The six-member sub-committee headed by Fauzia Habib, media advisor to President Asif Ali Zardari, would hold meetings with victim families and consult commissioner and deputy inspector general (DIG) of Hazara region before preparing its findings, in a month. During Wednesdays hearing, the chief secretary KP Ghulam Dastagir, DIG Hazara Dr Naeem Khan and commissioner Hazara Khalid Khan Umerzai appeared before the NA human rights committee on behalf of the government while senior central leader of Tehreek-e-Suba Hazara Hafiz Sajjad Qamar represented the victim families. The aforesaid baboos gave a distorted and manipulated official version. Ironically, Fauzia Habib who heads the fact-finding committee, actively defends baboos version, which makes the outcome of the committees findings, if any, pretty obvious. When approached, Riaz Fatianas staff said that Fatiana had left for abroad on Thursday and he was not accessible on phone. During the committees hearing, the DIG Naeem, who was not performing duties in Hazara on April 12 last year, shared some nave views perhaps due to his lack of ground realities. He said that an FIR was registered about the incident and the compensation had been paid to the victims families who held a press conference sometime back to state that nobody should play politics on April 12 killings. The baboo defended the controversial report of the Judicial Commission on Abbottabad killings prepared by Justice Abdul Aziz Kundi. The report held general public responsible for the incident. DIG Naeem said that Tehreek-e-Suba Hazara leader Hafiz Sajjad was not the victim of April 12 incident nor did he reside in Abbottabad and he was not 'authorised to defend the victim families therefore. Fauzia Habib actively defended the baboos saying that the protestors had set ablaze police stations during the event. Hafiz Sajjad Qamar replied that he belonged to Abbottabad, was a senior office-bearer of Tehreek-e- Suba Hazara, had represented the victim families in the Supreme Court and other platforms, with their consent. He said that the controversial findings of the judicial commission were rejected by all walks of life and those findings were criticised even by the federal secretary ministry of human rights Akhtar Buland. Sajjad Qamar rightly pointed that the press conference of the victims families the DIG Naeem was referring to, was actually held in favour of Chief of Tehreek-e-Suba Hazara Sardar Haider Zaman and the victims said that nobody should play politics on April 12 incident because some elements were trying point-scoring using the name of Tehreek-e-Suba Hazara. He said that a meagre amount of 3 hundred thousand rupees each were paid to the families of eight victims of the total 13 and many victims refused to accept the so-called compensation while Tehreek-e-Suba Hazara and the general public had contributed 6.4 million rupees for the victims support and welfare. Sajjad asked, had the unarmed and peaceful protestors set the police stations ablaze, why not a single policemen got even slightly injured whereas 13 ordinary people died? He said that the first FIR was registered against the public that was not quashed and not a single FIR against the real culprits was registered, till date. During the NA human rights committee hearing on June 6, the secretary human rights Akhtar Buland had categorically slammed the judicial commissions findings saying that those findings were in stark contradiction to ground realities. This is a completely biased affair. We have no hope that the justice would be done. What to talk about baboos when people like Fauzia Habib defend the height of injustice, Sajjad Qamar told this newspaper.