Tariq Khosa, former Director General Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Tariq Khosa excused himself from the investigation commission mandated by the Supreme Court (SC) in its order delivered on December 1, media reported Saturday. The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Thursday appointed Tariq Khosa to head the commission set up to investigate the infamous memogate scandal that resulted in the ousting of former ambassador of Pakistan to US Hussain Haqqani. The court had allowed him to take assistance from any cyber crime expert and go abroad for the same purpose. The SC had also directed him to inform about his availability so that the task could be assigned to any other official. It should be mentioned here that a government team headed by former Federal Law Minister Babar Awan convened a press conference after the court delivered its verdict to constitute a commission to probe the memo scandal. Expressing distrust over SC-nominated Khosa, Babar asserted that Pakistan People's Party (PPP) didn't expect any justice from a person like Tariq Khosa. "Everyone knows Mr Khosa whose one brother is a sitting supreme court judge and a relative to Justice Nasim Hassan Shah, former Chief Justice of Pakistan who had endorsed the hanging of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto." Meantime, Punjab Governor Sardar Latif Khosa also took to field yesterday, when he said they will only act upon the recommendations of the 'supreme body' - the Parliamentary Committee on National Security. Addressing a news conference Friday, Latif Khosa said that his party would launch a "movement to save the federation" - Wafaq Bachao Tehreek - in protest against the apex court for 'overlooking' the government's decision that a parliamentary committee would investigate the memogate issue. Governor Khosa stressed his party "does not believe" in the ruling about the formation of the commission and, therefore, there is no need for it to issue a reply to the Supreme Court.