ISLAMABAD - The UN Inquiry Commission probing into the murder of Benazir Bhutto left for New York Saturday after its 3-day visit to Pakistan. During its stay, the commission, led by Chilean Ambassador to UN Heraldo Munoz, conducted interviews and discussed the gory incident of December 27, 2007 with Pakistans security officials, sources said. The commission also met President Asif Ali Zardari, Interior Minister Rehman Malik, Minister of State for Law and Justice and Minister of Foreign Affairs Shah Mehmood Qureshi. Interior Ministry also gave a detailed briefing to the commission in a separate meeting held at the Ministry of Interior while some documents containing investigations were also handed over to it. Beside these meetings, the 3-member commission also visited the crime scene where the former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto was killed. The security official and the local investigation officer who investigated the murder case briefed the commission about their findings. On the 2nd day of their visit, Heraldo Munoz addressed a press conference and appealed the Pakistani people to help the commission in inquiry. He said that the commission would soon publicise its e-mail and phone number on which any body who had some information can contact the commission. He also told the mandate of the commission.