My real life hero, mohsin e pakistan dr abdul qadeer khan is no more. He made pakistan a nuclear power and made us undefeatable. May his soul rest in peace.
Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan is in good health. Fake news is circulating. Don’t pay attention Pray for health.
Abdul Qadeer Khan, also known as AQ Khan, (born April 1, 1936 in Bhopal, India) is a Pakistani engineer and a key figure in Pakistan’s nuclear weapons program. He has also been involved in the black market and nuclear technology for decades. Uranium enrichment centrifuges, nuclear warhead design, missiles, and expertise are sold or traded with Iran, North Korea, Libya, and possibly other countries.
In 1947, during Khan’s childhood, India gained independence from the United Kingdom and the Muslim regions to the east and west were divided into Pakistan. Khan moved to West Pakistan in 1952 and graduated from the University of Karachi with a degree in metallurgy in 1960. For the next ten years, he pursued postgraduate studies abroad, first in West Berlin and then in Delft, the Netherlands. where he obtained a master’s degree in metallurgy in 1967.
Pakistani state media said on Thursday that Pakistani nuclear scientist Abdul Kadir Khan, commonly known as AQ Khan, was admitted to a military hospital after testing positive for COVID-19.
According to Pakistan’s Associated Press, according to his spokeswoman, Khan, 85, was admitted to Khan Research Laboratory Hospital on August 26 after testing positive for COVID-19.
Khan’s health deteriorated due to an infection and he was hooked up to a ventilator at the hospital.
The country’s main opposition leader and former ruling party leader, Sheikhbaz Sharif, said: “The news that Pakistan’s Dr. Abdul Kadir Khan from Fahl (proud of Pakistan) switched to a respiratory apparatus is very shocking. people are upset and sad. ” Muslim League of Pakistan. -Nawaz, tweet.
He asked the entire country to pray for Khan’s speedy recovery. Khan was born in Bhopal, India in 1936 and moved to Pakistan with his family after the division of the subcontinent in 1947.
Abdul Kadir Khan, a pioneer of Pakistan’s nuclear program, fell out of favor with the country’s military institutions during the administration of General Pervez Musharraf. He was placed under house arrest in 2004, but after the end of he was released in 2009. Musharraf government.
Khan has led the country’s nuclear program for approximately 25 years and is considered Pakistan’s national hero.