Abdul Qadeer Khan On Imran Khan: Father Of Pakistan Nuclear Bomb Abdul Qadeer Khan Disappointed On Imran Khan
- Abdul Qadir Khan, the father of Pakistani atom bomb, was battling with life and death in the past.
- Abdul Qadir has now alleged that Prime Minister Imran Khan did not even take care of him
- Earlier on Friday, there was a rumor in Pakistan that Abdul Qadir has died.
Abdul Qadir Khan, the father of the Pakistani atom bomb, who was famous for smuggling nuclear technology around the world, was battling for life and death in the past. He was admitted to the hospital. Abdul Qadir Khan has now alleged that neither Prime Minister Imran Khan nor any member of his cabinet took care of him after serving the country.
Abdul Qadir said in an interview to Dawn, ‘I am deeply saddened that neither the Prime Minister nor the members of his cabinet took care of my health.’ AQ Khan, who is called ‘protector of Pakistan’, said that the whole country was praying for his well being but no one from the government’s side took care of him. On Friday, there was a rumor in Pakistan that Abdul Qadir had died.
Shahbaz expresses concern about Qadir’s health
The situation became such that Abdul Qadir had to issue a video message to inform that he was alive. He said that I want to tell my friends and loved ones that I am alive. Dr. Qadir, who became a victim of Corona virus, had been deteriorating and he was put on ventilator. However, now his health has improved a lot. In Pakistan, opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif has expressed concern about the health of Abdul Qadir Khan.
Qadir Khan, who was called the father of Pakistan’s nuclear program, was removed from the post after admitting to nuclear proliferation. Pakistan tested the first atom bomb in 1998, competing with neighboring India. Ever since Khan was removed from office, he has been isolated in an area in Islamabad under heavy security. However, the administration says that they have been kept this way for security reasons.
helped many countries
Qadir is said to have helped Iran, Libya and North Korea to make atom bombs. Qadir helped them provide the supply design, hardware and materials for uranium enrichment. The international watchdog, the IAEA, said Qadir had been an important part of the nuclear black market and helped people from different countries.
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