ISLAMABAD - The commission empowered to probe the May 2 incident in Abbottabad will summon Director General of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) during the upcoming week for questioning, a private TV channel reported on Thursday. Chairman of the commission Justice Javed Iqbal said Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha would brief the commission on the Abbottabad raid. He was speaking to a private TV channel at the full court reference in the Supreme Court in his honour. Earlier, General (retd) Nadeem Ahmed, a member of the commission, had said he did not believe that Pakistans intelligence services or its military helped shelter Osama bin Laden. Ahmeds statements immediately drew criticism from commentators who questioned his impartiality and suggested his comments threaten the integrity of the commission. Justice Javed Iqbal has, however, given his assurance that opinions of commission members will not influence the probe. Chairperson Supreme Court Bar Association Asma Jahangir has also expressed hope that Justice Javed Iqbal would remain cautious against elements trying to hinder the inquiry.