| Updated at: 0427 PST, Tuesday, October 19, 2010|
WASHINGTON: Pakistani ambassador to US, Hussain Haqqani, has said US has been successful in arresting key Taliban leaders due to help Pakistan extended to its intelligence agencies and forces, Geo News reported.
In a televised interview with a US television channel, Haqqani said: “Pakistan’s help led to arrests of major Taliban leaders wanted in war on terrorism.”
“US should share intelligence with Pakistani government if she has intelligence about Osama’s whereabouts in Pakistan”, he urged adding that our government will be much pleased to take action over it.
US has failed to share with Pakistan even a little amount of intelligence on war on terrorism since last 18 months, he revealed.
It is worth mentioning that US has alleged Osama Bin Ladin has been living in a comfort house in north-west Pakistan but has not released any supporting information in this regard.