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Ali Sadpara, two other mountaineers missing on K2 declared dead

Ali Sadpara, two other mountaineers missing on K2 declared dead. Muhammad Ali Sadpara, Iceland’s John Snorri Sigurjónsson and Chile’s Juan Pablo Mohr Prieto who were Missing officially announced dead by his families on Thursday. Ali Sadpara, two other mountaineers missing on K2 declared dead

Ali Sadpara’s son Sajid Sadpara along with Gilgit-Baltistan Tourism Minister Raja Nasir Ali Khan conducted a press conference.

After many rescue and searched operations being conducted by family members, Pakistan army and other climbers. This has been concluded with a press conference with the families of the climbers and tourism minister gilgit baltistan Raja Nasir Ali Khan and declared the dead of the three climbers.

On 25th January they left basecamp and due to bad weather they were moved back from bottleneck. Hence they planned again to summit K2 on 5th February. They left Camp 3 (C3) for summiting but ali sadapara and his two other climbers disappear.

Ali Sadpara, two other mountaineers missing on K2 declared dead

Army has also conducted a very sophisticated search operation with the help of satellite images, using SAR technology and checking testimonials and timings. This time again the search operation team got failed as they find some extra belongings .

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“An incredible love and support for the ‘national hero Ali Sadpara‘ has given huge strength to me, my sister, brothers, and my mother. My family and I have lost a kindhearted person and the Pakistani nation has lost a brave and great adventurous individual who was passionate about climbing,” Said Sajid Sadpara.

Our press releases this morning ❤

We are greatful to all of those participating in the search and rescue operations of our beloved John Snorri, Muhammad Ali Sadpara and Juan Pablo Mohr on K2.

Ali Sadpara, two other mountaineers missing on K2 declared dead. All three were strong mountaineers willing, able and with the courage to make history by standing on the top of K2 in winter conditions.

Based on the timing of the last known contact by John Snorri’s telephone we are confident that all three men made it to the top of K2 and as such something happened on the descent.

John’s Snorri’s family would like to extend gratitude to the authorities of Pakistan, Chile and Iceland for their devotion and efforts for finding our loved ones. There is no doubt in our minds that the extent of the search and the technologies used in the search were unprecedented and hopefully will improve the safety of future mountaineers around the world.

The Pakistani Army has been extremely supportive in these difficult times sharing resources and manpower. To the brave people of the Pakistani armed forces we say thank you for caring for Ali, John and Juan Pablo.

The friendship between Ali, Sajid and John is something which we will cherish. As such we are grateful for the safety and survival of Sajid.

Ali Sadpara, two other mountaineers missing on K2 declared dead

Our Icelandic hearts are beating with Pakistani and Chilean hearts. Thank you to all who have devoted your time to the search and taken the time to care by sending supportive words and thoughts to us in these difficult times.  Ali, John and Juan Pablo will live forever in our hearts.

 Love,

John’s Snorri’s family

Ali Sadpara, two other mountaineers missing on K2 declared dead Officially By Their Families
Rest In Eternal Piece, Muhammad Ali Sadpara And Team.

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