Dr. Qadeer Khan Is Building A Charity Hospital For Poor People

Dr. Qadeer Khan Is Building A Charity Hospital For Poor People And We Are Proud Of Him

Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan is one of the most renowned personalities of Pakistan. He is not only popular in Pakistan but is a well-known name all around the globe. Honoured with the title of Mohsin-e-Pakistan, Dr. AQ Khan has always contributed positively for the well-being of our country. He is most-popularly known for establishing the Nuclear Weapon Program of Pakistan. Indeed, it is all because of him that Pakistan enjoys the status of being a nuclear power.

Source: Dr. AQ Khan Hospital

Despite the allegations he was charged with and the house arrest he went through, he came back even more strongly to serve his beloved country. His accomplishments and contributions towards Pakistan don’t just end here. He is one of the pioneers in social work for Pakistan. He has established 12 mosques, 5 dispensaries, and community health centers. Apart from this, he has also developed 21 educational centers.

Recently, he inaugurated a charity hospital by the name ‘Dr. A Q Khan Hospital Trust’. This mega project consists of almost 200 beds and is situated at Maulana Ahmed Ali Road, near Minar-e-Pakistan, Lahore. This hospital aims to provide the underprivileged people of Pakistan with free of cost medical and health facilities.

Source: Dr. AQ Khan Hospital

His project of Dr. A Q Khan Hospital Trust is a noteworthy contribution to our society and a much-needed step towards betterment.

Source: Dr. AQ Khan Hospital

Some of the major donors and contributors to this project include:

  • Senator S. M. Zafar
  • Dr. Saeed Elahi – Ex Chairman Sheikh Zaìd Hospital
  • Mr. Jabbar Mirza – Journalist
  • Mr. Shaukat Virk – Project Director AQ Khan Hospital
  • Mr. Hussain Sherazi – Advisor

Our country needs a lot more national heroes who are as compassionate and dedicated as Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan. His amazing services and contributions towards Pakistan are exceptional indeed.

More power to you sir!

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