ISLAMABAD - While the federal government appears to have failed in setting up a judicial commission to probe into murder of Nawab Akbar Bugti within a week, as was announced after Cabinet meeting in Quetta, it also faces severe criticism from Baloch leaders who term this move as tantamount to sabotaging Balochistan High Courts proceedings on the same matter. The federal cabinet in its meeting has decided to set up a judicial commission headed by a senior judge of the Supreme Court to investigate into the murder of Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti, however it was promptly rejected by Nawabzada Jamil Bugti, the eldest son of the late Nawab Akbar bugti who reportedly said he had no expectations from the incumbent government. Having almost same sentiments, some other baloch leaders including parliamentarians were of the view that there was no need of making commission for this purpose, as matter in this case is obvious. We have some reservations over setting up this commission as facts in this case are clear, said Senator Shahid Hassan Bugti from JWP talking to TheNation. Bugti said that pure practical steps were needed in this case, as mere lip service would not work. We have so far witnessed zero per cent progress on this matter, he said adding that setting up a new commission would not serve the real purpose. Another parliamentarian from Balochistan Lt General (Retd) Abdul Qadir Baloch said that a number of announcements to probe this matter were made but concrete practical steps were hardly taken on this issue. After confronting difficulties the concerned authorities deem it better to leave the matter pending, he added. To a question about the statement of setting up the commission in a week, he said that a number of announcements were made in past as well but no required steps were taken. Commenting on Bugti commission, another MNA from Balochistan Syed Nasir Ali said that these announcements in the cabinet meeting were made just to appease people of the province. Practical steps should be taken on it as mere lip service will not work, he said, and posed question the reason behind delaying the important matter. It is relevant to mention here that Jamil Bugti rejecting the probe commission had reportedly had said that the prime ministers decision to investigate his fathers killing by a judicial commission was aimed at sabotaging Balochistan High Courts proceedings on the same matter. The federal cabinet in its last meeting held in Quetta decided to set up a judicial commission headed by a senior judge of the Supreme Court to investigate the murder of Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti. Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani presided over the meeting, which mainly discussed the implementation of Aghaz-i-Haqooq-i-Balochistan Package. Briefing newsmen after the meeting, Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan has said the judicial commission would be formed within a week. She claimed that the commission would help the government in finding facts about the killing of Nawab Bugti.