Baseless allegations: Save the Children denies links to CIA

The NGO faces allegations of alleged involvement with CIA, Shakeel Afridi in effort to locate Osama Bin Laden.


News Desk September 08, 2012



Save the Children has strongly reacted to allegations that it supported the CIA in its efforts to find Osama bin Laden in Pakistan.


“A section of the press on Thursday cited allegations that Save the Children was involved with the CIA and Dr Shakeel Afridi in their effort to locate Osama bin Laden. We categorically deny these allegations,” it said in a statement on Friday.

There is absolutely no truth to these allegations and there is no concrete evidence to support them, the organisation said.

“We reiterate, Save the Children has never conducted a vaccination campaign in Abbottabad or in any other part of the country nor has provided any support to any other individual or organisation to carry out any vaccination campaign, the statement said.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 8th, 2012.

COMMENTS (18)

ann | 9 years ago | Reply

thanks this opost

Tariq | 9 years ago | Reply

let Taliban Save the children with money given by the donors in Pakistan rather than the people of US

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