ISLAMABAD - The commission probing the May 2 Abbotabad incident will probably finalise its report by the end of this month (May) as statement of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani is still awaited in the commission.The commission has finalised all necessary stages including inspection of the spot of incident, views of experts, statements of various personalities that were required to probe all the aspects, a member of Abbotabad commission told TheNation. Prime Minister Gilani was to record his statement before the commission but he left for five-day visit to UK to participate in the first Pak-UK summit level review of the Enhanced Strategic Dialogue.When contacted, Head of the commission Justice (Retd) Javed Iqbal said that commission report is almost in final stages. After recording the statement of Prime Minister Gilani and return of commission member former ambassador Jhangir Ashraff Qazi, who is currently in Bangladesh, the commission will announce its report, he said. “The rest of stages have been completed, Inshallah the report will be announced by the end of this month,” said the head of the commission.Meanwhile, sources said that commission in some cases has to face plethora of difficulties to procure the attendance to record the statement, which was the cause of delay. The commission head is simultaneously chairman of missing person’s commission so he has also engagement there.A five-member judicial commission was to evaluate lapses on part of security forces and intelligence agencies that allowed US Navy Seals to conduct the 40-minute operation without any hindrance.The commission has reportedly recorded statements of the heads of military and civil intelligence agencies, Director General Military Operations, Pakistan’s Ambassador to Washington, incumbent and former foreign minister and secretaries, and wives and children of Osama bin Laden and others. It was learnt that the commission was due to submit its report by the end of 2011 but due to certain reason the report was delayed for around six months.