ISLAMABAD - Top spy agency of the country, ISI, on Tuesday sought one-week time from the judicial commission, probing journalist Saleem Shahzads murder, for submitting its reply on the matter. The meeting was held with Supreme Court judge Justice Saqib Nisar in the chair, while Federal Shariat Court Chief Justice Agha Rafiq, Islamabad Inspector General of Police Binyamin, Punjab IGP Javed Iqbal and Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists President Pervez Shaukat attended the hearing. According to the sources, widow and brother of Saleem Shahzad appeared before the commission and submitted their statements regarding the matter. The commission was informed that password of the Saleems laptop was still not found. Journalists namely Jahangir Aslam, Amir Sohail, Azaz Syed, Farooq Nawaz, Abdul Salam Somroo and Faisal have submitted their statements before the commission. Journalist Azaz Syed recommended the commission to summon the high-ups of top spy agency ISI regarding the matter. The commission was suggested to visit all the provinces of the country for meeting with the journalists as they are facing different problems in different provinces. He said that the commission should recommend the parliament for legislation regarding the journalists protection. The commission adjourned the meeting till September 27.