Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid has nominated Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara for the civil honor ‘Nishan-e-Pakistan. Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister announced to provide assistance of Rs. 3 million to the widow of Muhammad Ali Sadpara while also giving employment to the son of Muhammad Ali Sadpara in the Tourism Department.
Ali Sadpara and two foreign climbers, John Asnori and Juan Pablo, have been missing since February 5 during an adventure to climb the world’s second-highest mountain, K2, in the winter. Ali Sadpara is also considered an anonymous hero of the nation who dedicated his life to the country by performing unparalleled deeds.
Ali Sadpara, John Asnori and Juan Pablo K2 Climber Missing Rescue Operation in Pakistan
A six-member team of local climbers has been formed by land to search for two foreign climbers, including Ali Sadpara. The grand search operation has launched to search for two foreign climbers, including Ali Sadpara, was suspended due to inclement weather, which has been halted again today due to severe weather. According to rescue sources, there are dark clouds in the sky in K2 and Baltro area.
A six-member team of local mountaineers has been formed for the rescue by land route. The ground rescue team will try to reach the death zone under the guidance of the air mission. On the other hand, the campaign to head to K2 has also been ended, after which all the foreign climbers at the base camp have left for Skardu.
On February 5, Muhammad Ali Sadpara and his companions crossed the bottle at an altitude of 8,200 feet, dreaming of reaching the summit of K2 and hoisting the green crescent flag there, but lost contact with them. Ali Sadpara and his companion are missing.
Climber Muhammad Ali Sadpara is the first and only climber in Pakistan to have successfully climbed eight of the world’s highest peaks. Muhammad Ali Sadpara climbed the highest peak in Europe, Mont Blanc. Earlier, the Mont Blanc peak was climbed in 1976. The highest peak in Europe, Mont Blanc, is 4808 meters high, while Muhammad Ali Sadpara climbed 8000 meters. Gasha Brom 1, Gasha Brom 2, Broad Peak, Nanga Parbat, Manaslu, and other peaks have also been topped.