Washington, Mar 31(ANI): The United States State Department has said they haven't found credible evidence on a Pakistan support network for former al Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden.
The statement came in a reaction to news that bin Laden had lived at five different locations in Pakistan over the last decade till his death on May 2, 2011 raid.
On being asked whether the Pakistan Government was consistently lying to the US over bin Laden, he said: "Immediately after the Abbottabad raid, we(the U.S.) asked the Pakistani Government the question of whether there was a larger network at play here, or there was some kind of network of support, I guess, for bin Ladin when he was there. We have not received any information that indicates that there was such a network of support there."
On whether he believed that Pakistan had lied to the US, spokesman Mark Toner said, "I don't believe so ... we haven't received any indications that indicate that there was some broader network, no."
Asked about drone strike strike, Toner said the US was waiting for the results of the Pakistan parliament's review its ties with the US, The Express Tribune reports.
"That's still ongoing. But I think that in terms of our relations, we continue to have engagement at all levels within the Pakistani Government. And we certainly respect the review process that's underway and we look forward to the results, and then we'll be willing to discuss some of the issues raised by that. But as to this incident, I don't have any comment," he added. (ANI)
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