ISLAMABAD Pakistan has rejected former President General (Retd) Pervez Musharrafs allegations regarding supporting and training of militant groups fighting in Indian Occupied Kashmir, however it reiterated that it would keep on supporting Kashmiris for their right of independence. Pakistan has never trained militants to fight in Kashmir, however, it supports Kashmiris struggle for right of independence, Foreign Office said on Tuesday. Former President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf alleged recently that Pakistan had been involved in supporting militant groups to fight Indian forces in Kashmir. Pakistan trained militant underground groups to fight against India in Kashmir, Pervez Musharraf had alleged in an interview with German publication SPIEGEL ONLINE. In addition, Pervez Musharraf had told Spiegel that he wanted to return to his country from his exile. He had further said in his interview to the same publication that Pakistan could not afford any military coup in future. Whenever the country is in turmoil, everybody looks to the Army. But I would suggest that the times of military coups in Pakistan are over. The latest political developments have shown that the Supreme Court has set a bar on itself not to validate a military takeover, Musharraf said. When asked how would he judged the performance of his successors, Zardari and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, Pervez Musharraf said Pakistan was experiencing a deep economic decline, saying that law and order were in jeopardy, extremism was on the rise and there was a political turmoil. The non-performance of an elected government was the issue, he added. Replying to a question about Army Chief General Ashfaq Pervez Kiyani, Musharraf stated that he (Kiyani) was the best. I made him chief of the Army, because I thought that he was the best man for the job, Musharraf told Spiegel.