The findings of the investigative report by Abbottabad commission probing the May 2 US raid were different from the report given by US authorities, reported BBC Urdu on Thursday.
According to the report, the commission has penned down the details of events that took place on the day when al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in a unilateral raid by US Special Forces in Abbottabad.
The findings of the report by the Abbottabad commission also pose questions at the stance of the US in the operation.
The report is the first official account of the incident from Pakistan’s side.
The report entails statements from bin Laden’s family, neighbours and government officials who came to the area after the raid.
The commission members and experts, after investigating the compound where bin Laden lived, derived some findings.
One of the points in the report states that the compound had dozens of armed men during the raid, however, only one bullet mark and one bullet shell was found.
The bullet mark was found on the wall of the room where the al Qaeda leader used to sleep, which was also where he was killed. The height of the mark suggests that someone had knelt down and triggered the bullet.
The investigation states that the bullet pierced through bin Laden’s head and struck the wall leaving a mark there.
Other than this mark, there is no other bullet mark in the entire house, neither any other bullet shell was found.
Half dozen Kalashnikovs which were recovered from the house were less than a yard away from bin Laden’s gunmen.
The report poses a question that when the so many armed men were present in the house during the raid, then why did bin Laden’s men not fire even once, because the findings given by the US state that none of the US solider was shot at during the raid.
The Abbottabad Commission will present the findings to the prime minister who will release orders as per the recommendations given in the report.
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