Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan died yesterday. His last ceremony has been performed. In the past two years, we have lost many gems including Syed Ali Gilani, Umer Sharif, and now Abdul Qadeer Khan. No doubt, no one could take their places in our hearts and in Pakistan. Nation will always feel proud of these heroes’.

Here are some of Dr. Qadir Khan’s last words.

Letter to Sindh Chief Minister By Abdul Qadir Khan

A letter was written by Mohsin Pakistan nuclear scientist Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan to Sindh Chief Minister before his death has come to light.

Mr.Abdul Qadeer Khan thanked Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah for remembering him, inquiring about his health, and sending a bouquet. In his letter to the Sindh Chief Minister, Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan expressed regret over the attitude of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Chief Minister Usman Bazdar, Chief Minister Mahmood Khan, and Chief Minister Jam Kamal.
Abdul Qadir said that the Chief Ministers of other provinces did not come to my notice. Ministers from other provinces, including the Prime Minister, maybe waiting for the news of my death.

Abdul Qadeer Khan

The letter written on October 4 was the last letter of Mohsin Pakistan Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan to Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah.

Sir Abdul Qadeer Khan’s letter dated October 4 was received by post in the Chief Minister’s House on October 6.

On the other hand, an essay written by Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan for Fahim has come to light in which he said that neither I nor my patriotic colleagues did anything wrong. I did what I was told and did nothing wrong.

Abdul Qadeer Khan Mentioned his Loyality

In the letter, Abdul Qadir said that Allah is a witness that he could have become a billionaire if he had gone wherever he wanted. I could not forget the tragedy of Pakistan in 1971. I am very sorry that I did not get justice, I am not feeling well. If I die, funeral prayers should be offered in absentia from city to city, village to village.

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