Sajid Sadpara the son of Muhammad Ali Sadpara has declared his father Ali Sadpara, John Snorri, Juan Pablo Mohr dead after they went missing while attempting to summit K2.
While talking to the press conference Sajid Sadpara stated “K2 has embraced my father forever, Pakistan has lost a great mountaineer, my father and 2 other foreign climbers are no more with us.”
Sajid Sadpara thanked the nation, the government of Pakistan, the Pakistan Army and the Pakistan Air Force for their support and for taking every possible step to recover his missing father and other foreign climbers.
Sajid Sadpara assured that he will continue to keep his father’s mission alive and fulfill his dream, “I want to assure the mountaineering community across the world that my father’s mission will continue”.
It must be noted that Ali Sadpara had climbed 8 out of the world’s 14 highest peaks.
This was his 2nd attempt to summit world’s 2nd-highest mountain K2 in winter along with his team members including his son Sajid Sadpara, Iceland’s John Snorri, and Chile’s MP Mohr.
Sajid Sadpara had returned to the base camp from 8,000m after suffering from breathing issues but Ali, Snorri, and Mohr continued the summit.
Sajid Sadpara claimed that his father Ali Sadpara and 2 foreigners completed the summit and went missing on their return.
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