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ISPR Terms New York Times Story as Baseless Absurd

Posted by on Friday, March 21, 2014, 10:27
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ISPR Gen Asim Saleem

ISPR Gen Asim Saleem

Inter-Services Public Relations, media wing of the Pakistan armed forces, on Thursday termed as baseless a report in New York Times alleging that the country’s spying agency had the knowledge of Osama bin Laden’s whereabouts.

“Allegations in the story of Carlotta Gal, NYT of 19 Mar baseless, ridiculous. Nothing new/credible, all speculations already proven false,” Director General ISPR Major General Asim Saleem Bajwa said in his twitter message.

A spokesman of the Pakistan Embassy in Washington has also refuted the story.

“Senior US officials have on a number of occasions stated on record that they had seen no intelligence linking Government of Pakistan and any of its agencies to OBL’s presence in Abbottabad. To still believe otherwise and to resurrect the issue through unnamed sources and unconfirmed reports does not deserve attention,” the embassy said in a statement.

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