Father of Pakistan nuclear program
Dr. Abdul Qadir Khan here Monday strongly rejected US media report that said nuclear scientist had admitted that Pakistan gave Iran bomb-related drawings, in lieu of weapons, IRNA reported.
The Washington Post claimed that Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan states, in the documents obtained by the daily, that Pakistan gave Iran parts for centrifuges to purify uranium and a secret worldwide list of suppliers.
Talking to IRNA exclusively Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan termed the report baseless saying that it was part of a malicious propaganda campaign against him.
"The report was just pack of lies", he added.
He said that for last 30 years West has been leveling baseless allegations against him. "I haven't done any wrong", he made it clear.
Dr. Abdul Qadir Khan was of the view that West is trying to drag him into baseless conspiracies.
Pakistan has also rejected the report saying that it is yet another repackaging of fiction, which surface occasionally for purposes that are self-evident
Abdul Basit, Pakistani Foreign Office spokesman said A.Q Khan is a closed chapter and Pakistan 's non-proliferation credentials are second to none and its export controls are foolproof.