Azerbaijan, Baku, 14 January /corr. Trend R.Hafizoglu / Information by the US intelligence that after the assassination of the former Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto, nuclear weapons belonging to Pakistan will transfer to the hands of radical Islamic forces is groundless. "It is improbable that the nuclear weapons from Pakistan will transfer to the hands of radical Islamists," the Pakistani expert Adbulhey Anis, reported to Trend by telephone from Islamabad on 14 January.
After Bhutto's assassination, the New York Times newspaper reported on the reference by the US intelligence that the nuclear weapons of Pakistan would transfer to the hands of radical Islamists in the Country.
According to Anis, despite the fact that USA and Pakistan are allies, USA is seeking a favorable reason to enter Pakistan. " Pakistan is capable of defending its nuclear weapons. With Bhutto's assassination, USA appears to be seeking reasons to enter Pakistan. Islamic forces have been in existence in Pakistan for many years, it is even possible to see them amongst generals and ministers. The USA is keen to enter Pakistan in order to interfere in Iran through its territory," the expert said.
The Expert believes that sooner or later the USA will enter Pakistan's territory. "In my opinion, this interference will take place soon. The USA needs a valid reason to enter Pakistan," the expert said.