Dr Abdus Salaam is known for his Nobel prize & for his contribution in physics.
ڈھونڈوگے اگر ملکوں ملکوں
ملنے کے نہیں نایاب ہیں ہم
In 1979 Dr. Abdus Salaam became the first Pakistani and the first Muslim to receive a Nobel Prize.
Dr Abdus Salam also remained a science advisor for the ministry of science and technology from 1960 to 1974.
He was also responsible for the establishment of the Theoretical Physics Group in Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission.
Dr Abdus Salam also played his role in the peaceful use of nuclear energy.He also played a vital role in Pakistan Atomic Bomb project in 1972.
In 1972 he left Pakistan after the parliamentary bill got approved that Ahmadiyya is no more considered Muslims according to Pakistani state laws although in 1998 government of Pakistan issued a stamp in his honor for the service’s rendered towards the establishment of Atomic Bomb.
Dr Abdus Salaam is known for Electroweak theory ·Goldstone boson · Grand Unified Theory · Higgs mechanism · Magnetic photon · Neutral current ·Pati–Salam model ·Quantum mechanics ·Pakistan atomic research program · Pakistan space program · Preon · Standard Model · Strong gravity ·Superfield · and W and Z bosons.
Dr Abdus Salam died his natural death on 21 November 1996 in the United Kingdom. His body was returned to Pakistan where men and women gave them last respects.
Salaam was buried next to his parents in a cemetery named Bahishti Maqbara in Rabwah, Punjab, Pakistan.
On his tomb it’s written as:
“First Muslim Nobel laureate “
Written by: Iftikhar Younis Peerzada