Islamabad: The Inquiry Commission on Abbottabad Operation has retrieved 187,000 documents from Al-Qaida chief Osama Bin Ladan’s alleged compound, a private Pakistani news television reported on Tuesday.
The report said that most of the documents were written in Arabic and other languages. However the commission had ordered the officials to translate all the documents.
“The commission has also found five computer discs during the visit of Osama’s compound,” report quoted sources in commission as saying.
“The commission would prepare its reports after reviewing the documents,” report said.