Gilgit: The latest, K2 adventure
Search operation begins, missing climber
Hunza .From Syead Asad Ullah Gazi
The Pakistan Army has launched a formal search operation in search of three climbers who went missing during the winter adventure of Mount K2, in which two military aviation helicopters are taking part. Two Pakistani mountaineers are also taking part in the aerial operation, while Chung Dawa Sherpa, head of the Seven Summit International Expedition.
At K2K base camp, will also assist in the search operation. Pakistan.
According to sources, the pilots have been instructed to fly at a maximum altitude of more than 7,000 meters in the search operation. Is running
The team at Ching Dawa Sherpa and the base camp are preparing equipment (food) and food for Pakistani climbers coming for the aerial search operation.
Military aviation helicopters have flown from base camp to Mount K2 and climbers are conducting rescue operations in helicopters.
Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister has issued his statement regarding Muhammad Ali Sadpara
Gilgit: Ali Sadpara has raised the head of the nation with pride. Chief Minister of Gilgit-Baltistan
Gilgit The whole nation prays for the safe return of Ali Sadpara and his comrades. Khalid Khurshid
Gilgit: The whole nation is proud of Ali Sadpara, Khalid Khurshid
Gilgit-Baltistan: Ali Sadpara is the capital of a brave young nation