ISLAMABAD Chairman Constitutional Reforms Committee of Parliament, Senator Mian Raza Rabbani continued consultations with members of the Committee on Tuesday to have their view on altering the composition of the proposed judicial commission for appointment of the judges in Supreme Court of Pakistan. Sources aware of the developments informed TheNation that in the core committee meeting of Pakistan Peoples Party held at the Presidents House on Monday, Mian Raza Rabbani was tasked by the President Asif Ali Zardari and Premier Gilani to take the sense of the Committees members on the issue of altering the composition of the commission to address the concerns raised by PML-N Quaid Mian Nawaz Sharif. The sources informed that almost all the members of the Committee had agreed to the proposed changes in the composition of the judicial commission wherein the Federal Minister for Law and Justice would be dropped while the proposal of addition of a retired judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan would also be withdrawn leaving the strength of the proposed judicial commission to the five with the Chief Justice of Pakistan as its head while two senior most judges of the apex court, Attorney General of Pakistan and Vice-Chairman of Pakistan Bar Council or any of the nominee of Pakistan Bar Council would be its members. Mian Raza Rabbani On Tuesday held informal meeting with Afrasiab Khattak, Senator Ishaq Dar, Zahid Hamid, Abdur Rahim Mandokhel and Wasim Sajjad while he also consulted Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao and Farooq Sattar on telephone to have their inputs on the issue. Sources aware of the discussion informed that almost all the members had agreed to the point and said that the composition of the judicial commission could be changed to address to the concerns of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz. The sources in the Committee informed that in all the Committee had proposed some 95 amendments in 91 Articles of the Constitution while one annexure and three schedules were also included in the constitutional reforms package proposed by the Committee. The Committee would be meeting here on Wednesday(today) and in case the contentious matter of renaming of the NWFP would be resolved the Committee would be ready for tabling before the Parliament.