Mountaineers Ali Sadpara, John Snorri, Juan Pablo declared dead

Mountaineers Ali Sadpara, John Snorri, Juan Pablo declared dead

Mountaineers Ali Sadpara while addressing a press conference along with Gilgit-Baltistan Tourism Minister Raja Nasir Ali Khan, declared his father and his associates dead after a search operation of almost 13 days.

Pakistan’s missing Mountaineers Ali Sadpara son Sajid Ali Sadpara declared his father and his two associates, Iceland’s John Snorri and Chile’s Juan Pablo Mohr dead on Thursday.

According to the details, Sajid Ali Sadpara while addressing a press conference along with Gilgit-Baltistan Tourism Minister Raja Nasir Ali Khan, declared his father and his associates dead after a search operation of almost 13 days.

Gilgit-Baltistan Tourism Minister Raja Nasir Ali Khan and Ali Sadpara’s son, Sajid Sadpara, were also present at the briefing.

The three climbers were last seen on Feb 5 near the Bottleneck on K2 as they attempted to reach the summit of the Savage Mountain. Sajid Sadpara, who was accompanying the three, had to abandon his summit bid after his oxygen regulator malfunctioned and he returned to camp 3.

Talking to the journalists, Sajid said that his father had left for the eternal abode as K2 had embraced him forever. He also said that he would continue the mission of his father by walking in his footsteps.

Sajid Sadpara also shared the news on twitter and said that his father and other climbers were no more in this world. He also requested everybody to pray for Ali Sadpara’s forgiveness in the next world.

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