ISLAMABAD President Asif Ali Zardari has directed the Government for early completion of inquiry into Margalla Hills air crash, besides asking it to make it public. People must know what really led to the tragic incident, Presidential Spokesman Farhatullah Babar quoted the President as talking to Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani who called on him at Presidency on Thursday. According to the Spokesman, the two leaders discussed tragic air crash in Margalla Hills, besides current situation in the country, during the meeting. The President also asked for taking all possible steps to facilitate the heirs of the victims. The President said the entire nation was in a state of mourning over the sad demise of all 152 people onboard including five children, two infants and 29 women. According to the Spokesman, widespread condolence messages are pouring in from world leaders. Afghan President Hamid Karzai made a telephonic contact with President Zardari on Wednesday to convey his and Afghan peoples condolences. He observed that media accounts and footage of some aspects of the tragedy were grisly enough to invoke deepest sympathy even among the coldest observers. The hopes and aspirations of six members of Youth Parliament, Misha Dawood, a dedicated footballer hoping to earn a name after scoring a hat trick in the first National Women Club Championship, and of newlywed couple on way to Murree for honeymoon were dashed as they along with other passengers and crew members perished in the tragedy. The President and Prime Minister also prayed for the victims and the bereaved families.