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Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan: Key characters of Pakistan's nuclear program died at the age of 85, buried with state honors in Islamabad

Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, a scientist who played a key role in Pakistan's nuclear program, has died in Islamabad.

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 According to the official news agency APP, the body of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan was wrapped in Pakistani flag and brought to the premises of Faisal Mosque where after his funeral prayers, he was laid to rest with state honors in H8 cemetery. has been. Dr. AQ Khan was 85 years old and had been ill for some time. A statement issued by the Home Minister said that the first Faisal Mosque.
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has said in his condolence statement that he is deeply saddened by the death of Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan.

He said that the nation loved him because of his role in making the country a nuclear power and he was a national hero for the people of Pakistan.
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Imran Khan also said in a tweet that Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan's funeral will be held in the premises of Faisal Mosque as per his wish.

Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee and all Services Chiefs expressed deep sorrow over the demise of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan.

A look at the life of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan

Abdul Qadeer Khan was born on April 27, 1936 in Bhopal, United India and emigrated with his family to Pakistan in 1947 after the partition of the subcontinent.

After completing his primary education in Karachi, he went to Europe for higher education and during his 15-year stay, he studied at the Technical University of West Berlin, the University of Delft in the Netherlands and the University of Leuven in Belgium.

After contacts with Pakistani Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto in 1974 on uranium enrichment, Dr.aq khan.
Dr. Qadeer Khan was also prosecuted by the Dutch government on charges of stealing important information, but when the professors from the Netherlands, Belgium, the United Kingdom and Germany reviewed the allegations, they recommended that Dr. Khan be acquitted. That the information on which the case was filed for plagiarism is available in public and in books, after which he was honorably acquitted by the Supreme Court of the Netherlands.

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