ISLAMABAD - Information Secretary of PML-Q Senator Tariq Azim has demanded of the government to form an impartial and independent commission to probe the real causes of 'Operation Silence' against Lal Masjid. He was talking to media persons after addressing a ceremony of Briefing Session on "Overseas Pakistani Worker: Significance and Issues of Migration" organised by PILDAT here on Thursday "Real causes of Lal Masjid operation must be made public. Nobody should be allowed to killing the innocent people. We had done our utmost to solve the Lal Masjid Operation through dialogue," the PML-Q Information Sectary said. He said that the number of deaths during the operation should be made public after the independent inquiry. He said that problems of the people must be solved on priority basis and process of consultation must be taken forward. He said that according to the statistics of previous three years, the number of the Overseas Pakistanis is 7.4 million and there is intense need for reformation of these institutions because Pakistanis expatriates are dealt with several problems. He said that the government should train the workers and they must have skill before going to foreign countries. He said that unskilled Overseas Pakistanis are facing many problems in the foreign countries.    Earlier, the speakers stressed the need for developing, effective policies as well as their proper implementation for the promotion and protection of Overseas Pakistani workers' rights. They expressed their views in a briefing session on "Overseas Pakistani Worker: Significance and Issues of Migration" organised by PILDAT here on Thursday. Members of Parliament and key stakeholders from all major political parties participated in it. International and national experts on migration, including Executive, American Center for International Labor Solidarity Ms. Ellie Larson, Chairman, Policy Planning Cell, Ministry of Labour, Manpower and Overseas Pakistanis Dr Sabur Ghayur, Faculty of Development Studies, PIDE, Dr G. M. Arif, Dean, President, Lawyers for Human Rights and Legal Aid Mr. Zia Awan and Mr. Zaigham, Development Consultant also addressed the parliamentarians and civil society representatives.