After Ali Sadpara, another climber went missing while trying to climb a mountain in winter

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After Ali Sadpara, another climber went missing while trying to climb a mountain in winter
After Ali Sadpara, another climber went missing while trying to climb a mountain in winterAfter Ali Sadpara, another climber went missing while trying to climb a mountain in winter
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According to Sajid Sadpara’s tweet, Gilgit-Baltistan’s Nasir Sadpara goes missing while climbing the world’s 11th highest mountain, Gesherbaram 1 8080 meters.

After national hero Ali Sadpara, another climber has gone missing while trying to conquer the mountain in winter. Ali Sadpara’s son Sajid Sadpara said in a message on social media platform Twitter that ‘Nasir Sadpara from Gilgit-Baltistan is trying to climb the world’s 11th highest mountain Gesherbaram 1 at 8080 meters high in winter are missing.

He added that Nasir Sadpara had climbed the peak three times before, while he also climbed K2, the world’s second-highest mountain at 8,611 meters, and Nanga, the 9th highest mountain in the world at 8,126 meters. He has climbed the mountain once, Broad Peak, the 12th highest mountain globally at 8048 meters, and Gesher Bram 2, the 13th highest mountain globally, at 8035 meters.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Earlier, Sajid Sadpara, son of national hero Muhammad Ali Sadpara, had said in a message shared on social networking site Facebook that he had been experiencing one of the most challenging and painful experiences of his life for the past few weeks. Yes, I do not want to miss the moment of frustration and fear; I am healing myself and healing the whole family.
“The mountains are painful as everything is beautiful. I am regaining my strength and courage over time and I have undergone operations to find and recover my father Ali Sadpara, John Sunori and JP Mohar,” he said. Has decided to lead. I will wait for the best time to start the SAR operation with all possible resources.

My family and I will spare no effort to recover and perform the last rites appropriate to their faith. It should be noted that Ali Sadpara and two foreign climbers went missing on February 5 during a winter K2 head adventure. The climbers last came in contact with Bottle Nick at an altitude of 8,200 meters. After which, they were searched for several days, but no clue was found.

Later on February 18, Gilgit-Baltistan Tourism Minister Nasir Ali Khan told a press conference that the government, the Pakistan Army, and the family of Muhammad Ali Sadpara had now concluded that Pakistani mountaineers were no longer in the world. The Gilgit-Baltistan government had also proposed naming Skardu Airport after Ali Sadpara and setting up a school for mountaineering training under the famous mountaineer’s name. He said that the government salutes the services of national heroes. Ali Sadpara’s children will be given financial and moral support while they will also be given scholarships.

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