By Jeremy Herb - 11/22/11 08:43 PM EST
Haqqani offered to resign last week, and he flew back to Islamabad to meet with the country’s leaders about the memo. Reports from the Pakistani capital Tuesday indicated that Gilani wanted Haqqani to resign so an investigation could be “carried out properly.”
Haqqani said on Twitter Tuesday that he's thinking about what to do next. "I have much to contribute to building a new Pakistan free of bigotry & intolerance, he wrote. "Will focus energies on that."