Dr. Abdul Qadeer expresses his disappointment as PM Khan has not inquired about his health
Dr. Abdul Qadeer said, "I am quite disappointed that neither the PM nor any of his cabinet members have inquired after my health."
On Monday, nuclear scientist Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, who is currently under treatment in a hospital, complained that neither Prime Minister Imran Khan nor anyone from his cabinet members inquired after his health.
Speaking to a source, Dr. Abdul Qadeer said, “I am quite disappointed that neither the PM nor any of his cabinet members have inquired after my health.”
Dr. Khan, also known as Mohsin-i-Pakistan (savior of Pakistan), stated that when the whole nation was offering prayers for his recovery from the illness, not a single government representative had even made a telephone call to inquire about his health.
A.Q. Khan was admitted to Khan Research Laboratories Hospital on the 26th of August after testing positive for Covid-19. Later, he was transferred to a military hospital in Rawalpindi.
The 85-year-old was reportedly placed on a ventilator as his health deteriorated due to the infection.
However, his health is getting better, and he is likely to be shifted to his home soon.
While speaking about his health, the nuclear physicist said his condition was improving, and he was not getting oxygen artificially regularly.
He said, ” a team of qualified doctors would make my thorough check-up on Monday (today) and then decide whether I would have to stay further in the hospital or could go home.”
Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan was born in 1936 in Bhopal, India, and immigrated with his family to Pakistan in 1947 after the partition of the subcontinent.
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