Islamabad - The Abbottabad Operation Inquiry Commission on Monday questioned key witnesses regarding the spying network used by US agencies to allegedly monitor Al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden’s activities and recorded the statements of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa National Programme on Family Planning Primary Healthcare Coordinator Dr Ihsanullah Turabi, Comprehensive Security Service Pvt Ltd Incharge Bashir Chohan and Major (r) Aamir Aziz. Dr Shakil Afridi, who allegedly spied on Bin Laden for the CIA, worked at the family planning primary healthcare programme. Aziz was owner of the house allegedly used for spying on Bin Laden’s activities.
Meanwhile, the enquiry commission has decided to again summon Pakistan’s envoy to the United Kingdom Wajid Shamsul Hasan to record his statement. The commission has also collected TV interviews of the UK envoy.