ISLAMABAD - Inter Services Intelligence Director General Lieutenant General Ahmed Shuja Pasha is likely to appear before the inquiry commission on Abbottabad operation today (Monday). This will be the third scheduled meeting of inquiry commission on Abbotabad operation, where DG ISI Shuja Pasha is expected to appear, it was learnt. The commission probing the US clandestine operation in Abbottabad, wherein Al-Qaeda Chief Osama bin Laden was killed, held its first meeting on July 5, in which the commission had directed interior minister and ISI to ensure that the family members of bin Laden should not be repatriated to their home countries without the consent of the commission. The commission had also urged the persons who were having some information about the Abbottabad operation and who wanted to testify before it should enlist them with the commission by July 31, 2011. This meeting was held under the chairmanship of Justice Javed Iqbal, who is the senior most judge of the Supreme Court as well as president of the commission. This meeting was attended by Abbas Khan, IG , Ashraf Jehangir Qazi and Lt-Gen Nadeem Ahmed who are the members of the commission. Secretary Cabinet Division Narigs Sethi was also present in the meeting as secretary coordination of the commission. The second meeting of the inquiry commission was held on July 11 Justice Javed Iqbal in chair, in which PAF claimed it had taken adequate measures soon after learning about the US raid in Abbottabad on May 2. Deputy Chief of Air Staff Muhammad Hassan made this claim while briefing the Abbottabad Commission. In this meeting, PAF personnel briefed the commission about the working of the radar monitoring system with the deputy air chief explaining about the functioning of the radar system and their locations as well their operational mechanism during war and peace time. The Abbotabad Commission is reportedly the second most significant development in the history of Pakistan after the Hamoodur Rehman Commission set up by the then government to inquire into the reasons of the fall of Dhaka. The commission to probe into Abbottabad operation was proposed in the unanimous resolution passed by the joint sitting of the Parliament on May 13.