ISLAMABAD - The architect of country's nuclear programme Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan commenting on the limited freedom granted to him by the court said that he was given offers of partial freedom in the past but he had rejected those offers. Talking to TheNation Dr AQ Khan said that the court should have asked the authorities as to under which orders he was detained in his residence and expressed his optimism that he would get soon a complete freedom. He said that he had requested the court that he should be allowed to offer prayers in the mosque but there was no mention of it in the court verdict. "I am offering prayers in my bedroom for the past over four years and also offering Jumma paryers in my bedroom," he added. Simulating his case with that of Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry Dr Khan said that when the government was asked about the detention of Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry and his colleagues it was said that all the judges including Justice Iftikhar were not detained but no one was allowed to meet them. So much so that even Ms Benazir Bhutto and Mian Nawaz Sharif were not allowed to see Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry. " In my case too the government stand was the same," he said and added that no one was allowed to meet him and likewise he was also not allowed to see anyone, and even then the authorities had the cheeks to say that Dr AQ Khan was free. To a question about his health Dr Khan said that a few days back he had a complete medical checkup in ARL Hospital where the doctors diagnosed blood clotting in his shins and added that though he was still feeling pain in his legs yet the problem was subsiding.