ISLAMABAD The United Nations had to delay on Tuesday the publication of the UN Commissions report on the assassination of Benazir Bhutto for two weeks on the intervention of President Zardari. The international body confirmed that the decision was taken following the request of Pakistans President Asif Zardari to UNs Secretary General Ban Ki-moon seeking postponement in the date of the Reports publication. UN has declined to comment on the reasons for the Presidents request that has taken some top officials of UN agencies by surprise. The UN Commission was to submit its report in New York on Tuesday at 11 am according to US standard time and 8:30 pm according to Pakistans standard time. The date of publication of the report has now been extended till the coming April 15. The Secretary-General has accepted an urgent request by the President of Pakistan to delay the presentation of the report of the Commission of Inquiry into the facts and circumstances of the assassination of the former Pakistani Prime Minister Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto until 15 April 2010. The Commission has informed the Secretary-General that, as of today, all relevant facts and circumstances have been explored, and the report is now complete and ready to be delivered, said an official statement issued by UN the same day. Presidents Spokesman Farhatullah Babar, when approached, said that the decision was taken on the grounds that the inquiry reports of two out of those three countries that warned Benazir Bhutto of security threats were pending. There were three countries that had cautioned Mohtarma soon after her return to Pakistan. The inquiry report of one of these countries is completed but those of the other two are pending. We believe that the UN Commissions report would be incomplete without incorporating the viewpoints of all of these three states, he said and dropped the call immediately without answering the query as to why such a major decision was taken in last minute haste. This is extremely strange, its highly politically motivated, a credible UN official prior to the latest developments commented from New York in a brief conversation with this correspondent. Earlier, the UN had announced closure of its offices across Pakistan for three days from Wednesday to Friday, as the UN Commission probing Benazir Bhuttos assassination was to submit its report to the United Nations Secretary General; but the decision was cancelled with immediate effect following the delay in reports submission.