Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Wednesday hinted at a probe into the intelligence failure to nab the al-Qaeda founder and 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden, hiding near Pakistans elite military training academy. Gilani was responding to a question, when asked to comment on the incident that led to the death and extraction of the body and family members of worlds most wanted terrorist. Talking to reporters after attending a business forum in Paris, Gilani was asked whether the fact that Osama was able to hide so close to the Pakistan Military Academy was an intelligence failure, Gilani said, there can be an intelligence failure. He rejected it was just the failure of Pakistani intelligence agencies and said rather it was the failure of all intelligence agencies of the world. He hoped that following the episode, there would be better coordination amongst all the agencies. Asked whether there would be an official investigation, Gilani said that must have already been ordered.