ISLAMABAD Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) General Tariq Majid has rejected the article by Seymour M. Hersh, published in The New Yorker, terming it as absurd and plain mischievous. An ISPR statement issued on Monday quoted the CJCSC as saying: We have operationalised a very effective nuclear security regime, which incorporates very stringent custodial and access controls. As overall custodian of the development of our strategic programme, I reiterate in very unambiguous terms that there is absolutely no question of sharing or allowing any foreign individual, entity or a state, any access to sensitive information about our nuclear assets, the CJCSC said. He said Pakistans engagement with other countries through IAEA or bilaterally to learn more about the international best practices for security of such assets are based on two clearly spelt out Red Lines - non-intrusiveness and our right to pick and choose. Also, our security apparatus has the capacity and is fully geared to meet all conceivable challenges, therefore, we do not need to negotiate with any other country to physically augment our security forces, which in any case, we believe, are more capable than their forces, General Tariq Majid said. Commenting on the question raised through an article captioned 'Pakistan Nuclear Security Plan: How much does US really know? that appeared in The News, Islamabad, on November 9, General Tariq said, Only that much as they can guess and nothing more.