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Abbottabad, Pakistan (CNN) -- Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani delivered on Monday his first address to parliament since the killing of Osama bin Laden, rejecting accusations that his government had failed to adequately pursue the world's most wanted terrorist.
While calling the killing as "justice done," Gilani repeatedly assailed U.S. violation of Pakistani "sovereignty" in conducting the operation without Pakistan's knowledge or involvement.
"Allegations of complicity or incompetence are absurd," Gilani said, referring to suggestions by some U.S. officials that there may be those within the Pakistani government or military who were helping shield bin Laden or failing to look for him. "We emphatically reject such accusations. Speculative narratives in the public domain are meant to create despondency. We will not allow our detractors to succeed in offloading their own shortcomings and errors of omission and commission in a blame game that stigmatizes Pakistan."
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