Islamabad, Feb 6 (ANI): Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf says that he loves his life, and is enjoying his lecture tours.
Musharraf, who stood down as Army Chief in November 2007 and resigned as president in August 2008, still occupies the well-guarded Army House.
And adjacent to the sprawling lawns of the Army House is his favourite room with glass windows, expensive furniture, a collection of antiques, and an LCD television set with a sound system.
"I love this life. I am relaxed and satisfied. And I am enjoying my lecture tours," Musharraf told Dawn in an informal chat.
He denied reports that an American think tank had offered him residence and employment during his visit to the US.
"I am a former president of Pakistan and have, by the grace of God, so much that I do not need any job," Musharraf added.
Musharraf said he was making efforts to dispel negative impressions about Pakistan across the world through his lectures.
He said he also had invitations to lecture in several countries, including the US, China and various European countries.
Clad in a purple pullover and brown trousers for the interview, former president Musharraf said he had no regrets about any of his actions since the military coup of October 1999.
He argued that politicians were equally responsible for the state Pakistan was in. (ANI)