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Saturday, October 23, 2021

Pak's AQ Khan, who illegally sold nuclear tech to Iran, Libya and N Korea, dies - Hindustan Times

Last updated Sunday, October 10, 2021 04:15 ET , Source: TopWireNews

Abdul Qadeer Khan, known as ‘father of Pakistan's nuclear bomb’ passed away at 85. He died after being transferred to the KRL Hospital in Islamabad with lung problems. Pakistan’s prime minister Imran Khan expressed his condolences over Khan’s demise. Abdul Qadeer Khan had been admitted to the same hospital in August with Covid-19. He was sent home but transferred back to the hospital after his condition deteriorated. He was hailed as a national hero in Pak for transforming the country into the world's first Islamic nuclear power but regarded by the West as a dangerous renegade. He was accused of illegally sharing nuclear technology with Iran, Libya and North Korea. Watch the full video for more.
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