KARACHI - Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah on Tuesday assured that free and independent judicial commission would be formed to probe into incidents of target killings of lawyers in the metropolis. The decision has been taken in a meeting held at the CM House in which a delegation of the lawyers bars and other provincial ministers and officials participated. In the meeting the bars representatives discussed formation of a committee to deal with the lawyers killings. After the meeting, the lawyers bars called off their meeting and announced that lawyers would resume their duties from Wednesday (today). According to the Sindh High Court Bar Association, the bars and the chief minister reached conclusion to form a judicial inquiry committee. The delegation met with the CM Sindh comprising President SHCBA Anwar Mansoor Khan, Secretary Abid Zubairi, President KBA Muhammad Aqil, Secretary Hyder Imam Rizvi, President MDBA Ashraf Sammo and Secretary Khalid Mehmood. In the meeting, the lawyers representatives told about their issues and urged for the formation of a judicial commission to properly investigate the incident and find out the killers. After listening to the reservations and suggestions of the lawyers, the CM assured the lawyer representatives to deal with the matter honestly and concrete steps would be taken after the consultation with the lawyers bars. A day before, the lawyers staged a sit-in in front of the CM House against the target killings of the lawyers in the city. KBA General Secretary Haider Imam Rizvi said that a seven-member delegation of lawyers would meet the CM on Tuesday afternoon. He said that the boycott of court proceedings would continue on Tuesday and the legal fraternity would decide their future course of action after meeting the CM.