ISLAMABAD The three-member committee, constituted by the Prime Minister to find causes of hosing down of Benazir Bhuttos assassination scene, met here on Tuesday with Cabinet Secretary Abdul Rauf Chaudhry and recorded statements of relevant police high-ups. Well-placed official sources informed TheNation that the committee would also record statement of former DG MI Major General Nadeem Ejaz who has been accused in the UN report of ordering the local police to hose down the scene. The sources said, the committee which is to submit its report to the Prime Minister within a week time, recorded statements of police officers including the then Rawalpindi CPO Saud Aziz, SSP Operations and the then SP Potohar Khuram Shahzad. The sources while declining to give details of their statements said that the committee has asked the former DG MI Major General Nadeem Ejaz to appear in person before the committee today. The committee, the sources said, would also summon other people related to the gory episode, including drivers of the late PPP Chairperson Benazir Bhutto, and some politicians before compiling its report. The three-member fact finding committee, headed by the Cabinet Secretary, also includes Vice Chief of General Staff Major General Sajjad Ghani and the Additional Chief Secretary (Home) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Fayyaz Tooru, as its members. The Prime Minister had set up the committee as a follow-up to the UN Commissions probe report about the Benazir Bhuttos assassination at Liaquat Bagh, Rawalpindi, on December 27, 2007. The UN Commission in its report had said that Maj-Gen Nadeem Ijaz, the then Chief of Military Intelligence and a relative of former President Pervez Musharraf, had ordered the local police to hose down Bhuttos assassination site, but did not name any police official who had acknowledged it. The report, citing unnamed sources, said that the then Rawalpindi City Police Officer (CPO), Saud Aziz, did not act independently in hosing down the assassination site. It cited one source as saying CPO Saud Aziz confided in him that he had received a call from the army headquarters instructing him to order the hosing down of the crime scene, but quoted another source as saying that he was ordered by Major General Nadeem Ijaz Ahmed to take the controversial decision. The report said others, including three police officers, told the Commission that Saud Aziz did not act independently and that everyone knows who ordered the hosing down of the scene. However, they were not willing to state on record what is that everyone knows. The report said it was one of the many occasions during the Commissions inquiry when individuals, including govt officials, betrayed some fear or hesitation when asked to speak about the assassination. However, other sources maintained that the then Rawalpindi CPO Saud Aziz had made different statements in the reports compiled by the official inquiry committee constituted by the then government as well as the Scotland Yard police in which he is said to have stated that he himself had ordered hosing down of the scene. Meanwhile, Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) is believed to have conveyed its total support to the ruling PPP in bringing the killers of late Benazir Bhutto to the book. According to sources, PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif had sent his message to President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani of his partys support in this connection.