Skardu (Altaf Kumail): Sajid Sadpara, son of Pakistani mountaineer Sadpara, who went missing on K2, has confirmed his father’s death.

Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara was engaged in a winter K2 head adventure and was accompanied by foreign climbers, including his son Sajid Sadpara.

On February 5, Sajid Sadpara returned to the base camp due to a problem with the oxygen.

The Pakistan Army and other agencies also conducted a rescue operation to search for Muhammad Ali Sadpara and a foreign climber, but the climbers could not be traced.Gilgit-Baltistan Tourism Minister Raja Nasir Khan and Ali Sadpara’s son Sajid Sadpara held a press conference in which Sajid Sadpara confirmed the death of his father climber Muhammad Ali Sadpara.

Sajid Sadpara said that he would continue his father’s mission and fulfill his dream.

He said that he was also grateful to Prime Minister Imran Khan, Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, and brave pilots of military aviation for the rescue operation…

Skardu: Sajid Sadpara, son of Ali Sadpara, addressed a press conference

Skardu: Ali Sadpara along with his two foreign colleagues went missing during K2 adventure: Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: I and many international climbers believe that an accident happened on their way back after climbing K2, Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: My family, the entire Pakistani nation and our mountaineering friends are going through a period of constant trauma and distress. Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: The love of the Pakistani nation was a source of great encouragement and courage for my family, Sajid Sadpara

MAli Sadpara and his family

Skardu: My family has lost a very kind father, Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: Pakistani nation has lost the patriotic national hero who loved the green crescent flag to the point of madness Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: The world has lost a brave and talented campaigner, Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: In this hour of sorrow and grief, we will all be supportive of each other, Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: I will continue my father’s machine and fulfill his unfulfilled dreams: Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: Ali Sadpara climbed 8 peaks above 8,000 with tireless work, bravery and skill, Sajid Sadpara
Skardu: Nanga Parbat set world record for the first time in winter, Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: There is also a record of climbing Nanga Parbat in all four seasons, Sajid Sadpara said

Skardu: Climbers from all over the world have paid homage to him in wonderful words: Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: It was not possible to survive for more than a few hours at the height at which the accident took place: Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: I am grateful to Prime Minister Imran Khan and Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: Thank you to the brave pilots of military aviation Skardu, Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: I thank Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid and Force Commander Major General Jawad Qazi, former Force Commander General Ehsan Mahmood.

Skardu: All available resources were used in search and rescue operation, Sajid Sadpara said

Skardu: Modern technology was used in this long rescue operation, Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: Thanks to the Virtual and Physical Base Camp team, Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: Ali Sadpara wanted to build a world class climbing school for the youth of Gilgit-Baltistan: Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: Help me to fulfill this wish of my Prime Minister and Chief of Army Staff Ali Sadpara. Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: Ali Sadpara always wanted to be at the highest level. Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: Kato has taken them in his arms forever, Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: May Allah Almighty grant my father a high position in Paradise, Sajid Sadpara

Skardu: Give strength to the whole nation including my family to bear this trauma, Sajid Sadpara

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