ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court on Friday issued notices to Federal Secretaries Law and Justice, Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting in Saleem Shahzad abduction and murder case. Saleem Shahzad was mysteriously abducted on May 29th 2011 and one day later(May 30th), his body was recovered from a canal in Mandi Bahauddin. The police apparently discovered the body and buried the same day. Subsequently, on May 31st his body was identified. Secretary Law and Justice Masood Chishti was directed to file para-wise comments as well submit the progress of the case in respect of Saleem Shahzads killing, while Secretary Interior Qamar-uz-Zaman was ordered to file comprehensive reply alongwith the reports, which shall be procured from Inspector General Police Islamabad and PPO Punjab, where the body of Saleem was found. Both the officers have been directed to appear in person and brief the court about the steps taken so far to investigate the case. Secretary Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Mansoor Sohail has also been ordered to file para-wise comments on the incident. Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, heading a three-member bench comprising Justice Tariq Pervaiz and Justice Amir Hani Muslim while hearing Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) petition said that after gathering the information, a commission will be constituted to probe the journalists murder. The case is fixed for hearing on June 20, 2011. Attorney General of Pakistan Maulvi Anwar-ul-Haq and Advocate General Punjab Khawaja Haris have been directed to assist the court. Munir A Malik, who represented PFUJ, said that the consultation with the Chief Justice of Pakistan was required prior to the appointment of any SC judge in the commission. He said there should be an appropriate and independent mechanism for constituting the commission, adding, appointing a SC judge without CJs consent is violation of law. Munir informed the court that Saleeem Shahzad before his murder received unprecedented threats. Asma Jahangir President Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) on the occasion said a powerful intelligence agency of the country is involved in the gruesome murder of the journalist. 'Saleem sent a number of messages to his friends about the threats, but 15 days record of messages before his death has been wiped out, she stated. The Chief Justice during the hearing inquired that has any case been registered against the murder of Saleem Shahzad.