ISLAMABAD - The Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS) on Wednesday once again failed to finalise the recommendations on missing persons. The in-camera meeting, presided over by PCNS Chairman Raza Rabbani, took place in the Parliament House and was attended by Mushahid Hussain, Fazlur Rehman, Mehtab Abbasi and other members of the committee. The committee had to give a final shape to the recommendations for legislation regarding the missing persons’ case but due to the hectic schedule of the committee members it could not be finalised. In its recommendations to the government, the committee will propose drafting of a fresh legal framework to halt the disappearance of persons while suggesting legal action against the disappearance of persons. Later talking to reporters, Rabbani said the committee had received recommendations on the issue from political parties and would take them up in its next meeting scheduled on July 24-25. He said the PCNS would definitely be taking help from these recommendations in the drafting of the final report on the subject. Rabbani said the Foreign Office spokesman and the foreign minister had been summoned to give a formal briefing on the thorny issue of NATO supply and Afghan situation in depth. He said the committee would also review the progress on implementation of Aghaz-e-Haqooqe-e-Balochistan package in the next meeting.