A. Q Khan's Wife Responds to Musharraf Charges...

'STABBED IN THE BACK'
Hendrina Khan on the Pakistani Government's Role
Spiegel Online, august 11, 2008

In an account published in SPIEGEL, the wife of Pakistan's A.Q. Khan -- the man accused of running a global nuclear weapons bazaar -- alleges that Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf lied about her husband's role in the country's nuclear program. She says her husband was pressured to make a false confession and that he only carried out government orders.

He did everything he could to achieve his goal and to create a nuclear bomb for Pakistan. He worked 12 to 15 hours a day, seven days a week. He traveled and was out of the country for a total of about five months a year. It didn't come easily and that makes it so sad to see the way he is being treated today, with a character assassination campaign being conducted against him.

For Complete story, click here

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

The Future of Iraq: Findings of the Atlantic Council's Task Force Report 2017

What happened between Musharraf & Mahmood after 9/11 attacks

Saudi Arabia's ban on Umra Visa for Pakistanis under age 40