Abdul Qadeer Khan, ‘father of Pakistan’s nuclear bomb’, dies aged 85

Abdul Qadeer Khan, revered as the “father of Pakistan’s nuclear bomb”, has died at 85, authorities said on Sunday, having been hospitalised with Covid-19.The atomic scientist was hailed as a national hero for transforming his country into the world’s first Islamic nuclear power, but regarded by the West as a dangerous renegade responsible for smuggling technology to rogue states.He died after being transferred to the KRL Hospital in Islamabad with lung problems, state-run broadcaster PTV…

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