Pakistan’s nuclear Scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan passed away at the age of 85 years in Islamabad after his health deteriorated

Scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan, known as the father of Pakistan’s nuclear programme, passed away in Islamabad today morning. Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan was 85. Khan breathed his last at about 7:00 am (local time) at Khan Research Laboratories (KRL) Hospital. He was admitted to a local hospital early morning when his health deteriorated. Doctors said Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan passed away as his lungs collapsed.
He was admitted to Khan Research Laboratories Hospital on August 26 after he tested positive for Covid-19.

Dr Qadeer Khan, who is also considered as Mohsin-e-Pakistan, earlier requested the entire nation to offer prayers for his recovery

The funeral prayers will be offered at Faisal Mosque in Islamabad.

“Pakistan will forever honour his services to the nation! The nation is heavily indebted to him for his contributions in enhancing our defence capabilities. Khan played a key role in making Pakistan invincible. He was loved by our nation because of his contribution in making us a nuclear weapon state.

Nation is heavily indebted to him for his contributions in enhancing our defense capabilities”

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