The father of the Pakistani nuclear weapons program AQ Khan dies at the age of 85

The father of the Pakistani nuclear weapons program AQ Khan dies at the age of 85

AQ Khan is hailed as a hero in Pakistani for making his country the first Islamic nuclear power and also for bringing Pakistani on par with its archrival India in the atomic field by making its defense impenetrable.

AQ Khan is also accused of being behind the nuclear weapons programs of countries like Iran, North Korea, and Libya.

Although he was hailed as a hero in Pakistani, he was considered a dangerous man and an enemy in Western countries after being accused of providing nuclear weapons programs to countries which the US considers its enemies like Iran, North Korea, and Libya.

He recently caught covid-19 and he was admitted to the hospital only be discharged a few days ago before he died.

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