Washington: The United States’ Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Station Chief in Pakistan has left Pakistan after a successful operation against Al-Qaida Chief Osama Bin Laden, resulted in the claimed demise of Bin Laden, reported the local media.
The US officials confirmed the repatriation of the CIA station Chief and said that he was returned due to health issues and added that it was early to say something about his departure to Pakistan. They further said that departure of station chief to homeland would not affect intelligence shearing with Pakistan.
It is pertinent to mention here that he was the second CIA station chief in Pakistan, who left the country only within a short span of seven months. It was being said that he had played a significant role in operation against Bin Laden. CIA refused to comment over the issue, media reports revealed.