ISLAMABAD – Three-member Judicial Commission constituted by the government to probe into Bhoja Airline aircraft crash turned controversial on Sunday after the main Opposition party rejected it while ruling PPP seems set not to pay heed to PML-N views.

‘No comments’, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said in cynical manner in response to a query by a journalist regarding government’s reaction to PML-N’s decision rejecting the Bhoja Judicial Commission.

‘Which Judicial Commission’, was first answer by the Prime Minister to the journalist query seeking reaction of the Prime Minister over PML-N’s decision after he addressed a reception hosted by Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Qamar Zaman Kaira in the honour of writers and artists here on Sunday night.

Prime Minister without dilating much on the subject matter left the place after his Interior Minister Rehman Malik ostensibly intervened to bail out the Prime Minister from the situation, thus leaving others present in a state of guessing.

Earlier, Leader of Opposition in NA, Ch. Nisar Ali Khan rejected the Judicial Commission constituted by the government saying his party would move to the court to bring the facts about the air crash to public.

Addressing a Press conference, he strongly criticised the inclusion of two PCO judges and a retired police officer in the Judicial Commission set up by the government, saying the Judicial Commission can only be constituted of the Chief Justices of the Supreme Court or a High Court.

‘No PCO Judge according the apex court judgment can be called even a judge’, he said, and accused the top leadership of the ruling PPP of covering up the facts to protect its blue eyed in Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) allegedly playing with the lives of the innocent people.

He claimed that the head of Civil Aviation Authority is a close friend of President Asif Ali Zardari and moreover the members of Judicial Commission are also blue-eyed of the PPP government.  Demanding constitution of a free and independent Judicial Commission, he said that government has not made public the outcome of the probe conducted into the Air Blue aircraft crash two years ago in Islamabad.

He was of the view that the PPP-led coalition government does not want transparent probe into Bhoja aircraft crash, therefore, the government is taking the incident non-seriously by constituting a Judicial Commission without getting permission from the Supreme Court.