Skardu: Well-known climber Ali Sadpara and his team could not return from the height of K2, while he has lost contact with his family, team and camp since last day.
According to details, Pakistan’s leading mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara and his team, who tried to climb the world’s second highest mountain K2 in cold weather, could not be traced, Pakistan Army helicopters searched for him. I flew to an altitude of 7000 meters, but so far no success has been found in the search for Ali Sadpara and the team.
Ali Sadpara and his team had reached great heights, but had been cut off from their families, base camps and team since the previous day. The foreign climbers on their team were from Iceland and Chile. Yes, while Ali Sadpara’s son Sajid Sadpara has reached Camp One safely, and the team has left base camp to pick him up.
Sources said that the weather on K2 is getting worse and the wind is getting stronger, and Army helicopters have also returned to Sakardu without making any further progress.