LAHORE - Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan on Wednesday said that facts of the Abbottabad incident would be made public after finalisation of commissions report formed by the prime minister. Talking to media during her visit to Shakir Ali Museum here, she said political parties doing politics on the Abbottabad incident must wait for Commissions report, which is headed by a senior Supreme Court judge. She, however, stressed the media not to hold any further talk-shows on the incident till finalising of report by the Commission. Terming the consensus resolution of the joint session of Parliament, a historic step, Firdous said that Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani had constituted an independent Commission with no member from any political party, just to honour the independence of judiciary. About murder of journalist Saleem Shahzad, she expressed profound grief and sorrow over the incident and said that a committee had also been constituted to probe into the incident. She said the government along with journalist community, would work out a plan of action for ensuring protection of working journalists. Stressing the need for promoting art and culture, the information minister said it was a strong and viable mean to bring the communities and nations closer. The promotion of art and cultural activities will highlight soft image of Pakistan before the world, she added. Dr Firdous said that government would extend financial assistance to unemployed artists so that they could manage their expenditures. In this context, the Minister assured that she would discuss with the Prime Minister, the setting up of an Artist Support Fund. Earlier, Pakistan National Council of Arts, Punjab, Administrator Amna Ismail Patodi briefed the Minister about the PNCAs working as well as the problems being faced by the Council.