Washington, May 14: While some media reports state that United States has provided Pakistan with surveillance data from its drones to help military operations against Taliban, United States has denied the reports that claim that Pak has allowed US drones to fly inside its geographical territory to carry out strikes against the Taliban.
The reports that point towards information being sharing between the two countries state that the American drones were allowed to fly over the Afghan-Pak border area and the information gathered through these missions have been hand over to Pak. However, the continuation of this support is still unclear, a military official said.
In another report, a senior defense official at Central Command has dismissed the reports of Pak allowing US drones to fly inside its geographical territory to carry out strikes against the Taliban and other extremist groups. He labeled these reports as 'grossly inaccurate'.