Interior Minister Rehman Malik. — Photo by AFP

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Saturday said that a sitting Supreme Court judge would probe the assassination of Saleem Shahzad.

Talking to APP, Rehman Malik said that “the government will announce the constitution of inquiry commission within two days as the summary in this regard has already been moved.”

Malik said that the people involved in the killing of Saleem Shahzad would be brought to justice soon.

He said that during the budget speech of Federal Finance Minister, the attitude of opposition was uncivilised.

Malik said that the budget was friendly and provided relief to the common man. He said that government employees were given 15 per cent raise in their salaries.

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