Two bottles were discovered near the body of late Muhammad Ali Sadpara. Users on the social networking site Twitter allege that Muhammad Ali Sadpara’s body was discovered 300 metres distant from Bottle Neck, however we have not received any such notification from the late Muhammad Ali Sadpara’s family.
The administration has announced nothing so far, although it has been reported on social media that Sadpara’s body has been discovered.
The bodies of Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara, Icelandic mountaineer John Sunori, and Chilean mountaineer John Pablo Mohr, who went missing on February 5 while attempting to climb K2 without oxygen in the winter, have been found.
At a news conference in Skardu, climber Sajid Sadpara, son of Gilgit-Baltistan Tourism Minister Raja Nasir Ali Khan and climber Muhammad Ali Sadpara, said Ali Sadpara and two international climbers were no longer with us.
Climber Muhammad Ali Sadpara and two international colleagues went missing on February 5 near the deadly K2 climbing bottleneck, which was discovered after a 12-day rescue mission employing cutting-edge equipment.
President Dr Arif Alvi expressed his condolences to the family of mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara on the formal confirmation of his death, saying that may Allah Almighty provide the nation’s wonderful grandson a place in Paradise.
In the meantime, musician Ali Zafar paid tribute to Muhammad Ali Sadpara by naming his song after the famous mountaineer.
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