United States Special Envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Richard Holbrooke has said that efforts being made for good governance in Pakistan adding that US has reservations on corruption in country and we are monitoring it. In an exclusive chat with a private TV channel, Holbrooke said the US has its reservations on growing corruption in the country. "We are closely monitoring corruption in Pakistan", he said. He said we want that the aid given to Pakistan is being utilized transparently. He said that we know the recent floods played havoc in Pakistan and that the United States will provide US$ 500 million to Pakistan under Kerry-Lugar Bill. Holbrooke said Pakistan Army chief Gen. Ashfaque Pervez Kayani will take decision about operation in North Waziristan. A large part of Pakistan military has been engaged in the war against terrorism, he said. He denied any US pressure for launching operation in Waziristan. Replying a question the US envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan said that the permanent membership of the UN Security Council for India is difficult. He said the US wants to keep its troops in Afghanistan for next four years. Holbrooke also denied that his country was holding talks with Taliban adding that the United States will welcome the dialogue between Afghan government and Taliban.