ISLAMABAD - An Inquiry Commission on Saturday directed a number of journalists, appearing before it, to provide all the available information, if any, in written form, regarding the case of slain journalist Saleem Shahzad. The meeting, held in the Supreme Court building, was chaired by its president Justice Mian Nisar Saqib, Judge of the apex Court. The Commission also summoned investigation officer of the case from Mandi Bahauddin to appear before it, besides, records of all toll plazas situated on roads leading from Islamabad to Mandi Bahauddin. A number of journalists had recorded their viewpoints while they were also asked to submit their written statements. Provision and enhancement of security to the working journalists was also emphasised during the meeting. Secretary Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and Member/Secretary of the Commission, Taimur Azmat Usman after the meeting informed mediamen that cell-phone data of slain journalist was made available to the Commission. Parvez Shaukat, President Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists, on the occasion said that US should also share if it had any evidences about the incident. Further proceeding was put off till July 18. The meeting was attended by other members of the Commission including Federal Shariat Court Chief Justice Agha Rafiq, Islamabad IG Bani Amin and Punjab IG Javed Iqbal. During previous proceeding in Lahore, the Commission had summoned leading journalists based in Islamabad, besides, directing FIA to decode Saleem Shahzads email. On June 20, Chief Justice of Pakistan, Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry had given his approval over governments request by nominating Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, to head an Inquiry Commission to probe the murder case of Saleem.