Sajid Sadpara, son of mountaineer Ali Sadpara, confirms his father's death

 

Sajid Sadpara, son of mountaineer Ali Sadpara, confirms his father's death
Sajid Sadpara, son of mountaineer Ali Sadpara, confirms his father's death

Sajid Sadpara, son of mountaineer Ali Sadpara, has confirmed his father's death. He said that K2 has taken Ali Sadpara in his arms. May Allah bless my father. Give me a high position and help my family to bear this trauma.

Sajid Sadpara confirmed the death of his father in a press conference with the families of both the Icelandic and Chilean expatriates, the provincial tourism minister Raja Nasir Ali Khan, saying that his father's mission was continuing. I will keep and fulfill their dream, Ali Sadpara and 2 foreigners were missing in Katoki adventure. It is believed that an accident happened on their return after heading to K2. Our mountaineer friends are constantly going through a phase of trauma and distress. Yes, the love of the Pakistani nation has been a source of great encouragement and courage for my family. My family has lost a very kind father and the world has lost a brave and talented campaigner. Sajid Sadpara said that Ali Sadpara has worked hard, bravely. And skillfully climbed 8 peaks above 8,000, climbing Nanga Parbat for the first time in winter to set a world record.

He said that the operation to find Ali Sadpara was impossible but the Pakistan Army used all available resources to find him and made it possible. Modern technology was also used in the search for Ali Sadpara. On the very first day of Sajid Sadpara, he used to say that it seems very difficult for him to survive. I thank all the organizations that took part in the rescue operation.

It may be recalled that Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara was engaged in a winter K2 head adventure and in this adventure he was accompanied by foreign climbers including his son Sajid Sadpara. He had returned to the base camp due to a problem in the cylinder but his father Mohammad Ali Sadpara did not return from the base camp. Until now, nothing is known about the climbers, but now his son Sajid Sadpara has confirmed his father's death.



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