LAHORE (INP) - The establishment of Abbottabad investigation commission was challenged in the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Thursday. The petitioner, Advocate Rana Ilmuddin Ghazi, said the opposition had not been consulted in the formation of the commission. He pleaded that the commission should be formed under the chair of the Chief Justice of Pakistan. He said that how a prime minister, who had declared the operation as a great achievement, could form an investigation commission to probe the incident of grave concern because the Abbottabad operation was against the countrys sovereignty. He also pleaded that the incumbent and retired judges of the superior judiciary should be inducted into the commission. The government on Tuesday had set up the much awaited commission to probe US unilateral raid on May 2 in Abbottabad in which leader of Al-Qaeda Osama bin Laden was killed. The Abbottabad operation left several question marks on the ability of Pakistani security agencies to defend states assets. Meanwhile, Lahore High Court on Thursday rejected a petition seeking to make US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as party in Abbottabad incursion. LHC heard the petition submitted by barrister Iqbal Jaffari in the court against US Abbottabad raid that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden. The petitioner pledged the court to make party US Secretary Hillary Clinton who was also involved in Abbottabad operation which was a violation of Pakistans sovereignty. During the hearing the court remarked that Hillary was a citizen of the US, therefore, she had exception from Pakistani laws and the court rejected the petition