Abdul Qadeer Khan’s Death Cause, Age at Death, and More!

Abdul Qadeer Khan

The physicist Abdul Qadeer Khan passed away at age 85, impressive.

Biography - A Short Wiki

Pakistani nuclear scientist who participated in his country’s atomic bomb project and made significant contributions in molecular morphology.

He founded and established the Kahuta Research Laboratories in 1976 and served as its Director General until 2001.

He was put under house arrest after he came under suspicion of treason.

How did Abdul Qadeer Khan die?

Covid-19 caused Abdul Qadeer Khan's death in 2021.

Abdul Qadeer Khan, a controversial figure known as the father of Pakistan’s nuclear bomb, died Sunday of COVID-19 following a lengthy illness, his family said.

Information about the death of Abdul Qadeer Khan
Cause of deathCovid-19
Age of death85 years
BirthdayApril 1, 1936
Death dateOctober 10, 2021
Place of deathKRL Hospital, Islamabad, Pakistan
Place of burialH-8 Graveyard, Islamabad, Pakistan


"Everybody kicks those who do not have a country of their own."

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"There is a dire need to create awareness regarding proper and safe use of laboratory equipment among lab workers and assistants, since it not only affects the worker but the people attached to them."

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"I am proud of my work for my country."

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"Are they happy with our God? Are they happy with our prophet? Are they happy with our leader? Never. I don't care about rest of the world. I care about my country."

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"It is a dire need for our young scientists to be proficient in running and using their lab equipment rather than depending on their assistants or workers. Once they learn how to use every lab equipment, their scientific career is likely to progress smoothly."

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