We are full of tears and astonished. Another moment of national pride happened only the other day. Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, a nuclear scientist, died today at the age of 85.
The late Dr. Abdul Qadeer khan did so much for his country. He transformed it into a nuclear powerhouse, and then he was gone. The entire country was devastated by the news. It is the second most tragic development in the space of two weeks.
Like Comedy King Umer Sharif last week, Dr. Sahab joins the list of lately deceased Pakistani celebrities. A local doctor, Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, passed away in Islamabad.
According to the sources, he was being moved to another hospital. He had lung difficulties since his health was wrong.
In Bhopal, Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, the man who started the nuclear program, was born on April 1st, 1936. The Pakistani nuclear physicist and metallurgist are well-known.
His ancestors came to Pakistan from India as part of the mass exodus. The Netherlands was where he received his first engineering education in 1967. He then went on to Belgium, where he earned his Ph.D. in metallurgical engineering.
Known as the “Father of the Islamic Nuclear Bomb,” he also developed Pakistan’s nuclear deterrent program.
IAS (Institute of Advanced Scientific Studies)
Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan sprang to fame when he conducted his own in response to an Indian nuclear test in May of 1988. It made him a household name around the globe.
With the test, Pakistan became the seventh nuclear-armed state and the only Muslim state.
He also created the first atomic bomb for the Muslim world. Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan is the first person to have received the Presidential Medal of Freedom four times. Order of Excellence Nishan-e-Imtiaz (twice) and Hilal-e-Imtiaz (one)
The late Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan made Pakistan the nuclear powerhouse today by advancing its atomic competence to new heights.
President Musharraf and Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa accuse him of heading a nuclear proliferation network.
He was accused of a nuclear scandal in 2004, and this incident occurred during that time. Following Musharraf’s announcement, Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan taped a confession in which he claims the whole duty for all the nuclear proliferation that had been uncovered up to that time.
As the saying goes, “We Did Our Best.”
Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan was sent to KRL hospital at 6:00 a.m. as his health deteriorated.
“Nuclear physicist felt trouble breathing after he was taken to the hospital,” according to sources. When his lungs started bleeding, his condition deteriorated rapidly.”
The doctors tried to rescue the scientist, but they were unsuccessful, and he died at 7:04 a.m. Doctors also revealed the cause of death: “Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan died due to a collapse of his lungs.”
As soon as the news broke, Prime Minister Imran Khan tweeted, “Dr. Khan was adored by the country because of his crucial role to making Pakistan a nuclear weapons state.”
As a result of this, we are no longer at risk from a hostile nuclear neighbor. Pakistanis revered him as a national idol.
When asked about Khan’s relationship with President Dr. Arif Alvi, he replied that “he had known him since 1982.” “He contributed to the development of nuclear deterrent that saved our nation. We will be thankful for his efforts in this respect.”
During a press conference, Sheikh Rasheed, the Interior Minister, went into depth about his medical treatment. “Every arrangement that could be done has been done,” says the author.
Tweets of Sympathy for #DrAbdulQadeerKhan Have Been Spread –
As soon as word of the tragedy broke, people took to social media to offer their sympathies and affection. The internet is abuzz with the hashtag #DrAbdulQadeerKhan.
Everyone, from elected officials to well-known figures, sent their sympathies. With great sadness, I learn of the demise of our national hero and asset, Babar Azam.
We can be proud and powerful because of his input. Sir, you will always be known as Pakistan’s “Mohsin,” and we owe you everything. Thank you so much for your kind words. #DrAbdulQadeerKhan.”
Shaheen Shah Afridi, Pakistan’s top bowler, said: “We have lost another jewel and a patriot.” a real-life hero and savior of Pakistan, #Mohsin-e Pakistan.
The people of our country will never forget what you’ve done for them. #DrAbdulQadeerKhan, may Allah ta’ala grant you the most excellent position in Jannah.
The burial service for Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan will begin at 3:30 p.m. local time on Wednesday at Islamabad’s Faisal Mosque.
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