LONDON (AFP) - Pakistan needs to reset relations with the United States after the killing of Osama bin Laden, but claims of complicity go too far, the countrys former ambassador to Washington and London Dr Maleeha Lodhi said Monday. Maleeha, who was Pakistans envoy to the United States at the time of the September 11, 2001 attacks, called for an urgent inquiry into how bin Laden came to be living in the hillside garrison town of Abbottabad. But speaking at the launch in London of Pakistan: Beyond the 'Crisis State, a book on the countrys future, she said: Theres been too quick a rush to judgment the suggestion of complicity I think goes much too far. My own judgement is that there is nobody amongst the Pakistani government who could possibly have known, but this does show a huge intelligence failure, of not being able to detect where bin Laden was living for such a long period.