• Pakistan's former military ruler Gen Pervez Musharraf has admitted that the current bilateral relationship between Islamabad and Washington is at its lowest ebb, lower than the post 9/11 attacks on the US.
  • In a TV interview, he said it is extremely disturbing. He wished that both mend fences and move forward on a course which is in the interest of Pakistan and Afghanistan, the United States and the region.
  • Answering a query, he said there is no danger to the safety and security of Pakistan's nuclear weapons, unless Pakistan is ruled by religious extremists. But that situation is unlikely, he said.
  • Musharraf said, the military is guarding Pakistan's nuclear assets and a strategic force command of 20,000 people is manning and guarding all these installations.