Ali Sadpara, two other missing mountaineers, officially confirms dead
Missing Climbers, officially confirmed Dead source:

Ali Sadpara, two other missing Climbers:

Ali Sadpara, Iceland’s John Snorri Sigurjónsson, and Chile’s Juan Pablo Mohr Prieto were officially announced dead on Thursday during the press conference addressed by the families and friends of the climbers in Skardu.

Sajid Ali Sadpara:

The son of Mohammad Ali, Sajid Ali Sadpara has missed all wish for his father’s return after a long week. The rescue operation that has so far  Impart nothing conclusive.

Sajid Sadpara speaking with the media agents in Skardu he weeps that

“Pakistan has lost a great mountaineer, my father and two other climbers are no more with us.”

Sajid Sadpara considers his father’s summit by a cosmic career that covered Eight touring mountains. “I want to thank all Pakistanis who sent good wishes for my father in this difficult time. Your wishes raised the hopes of the mountaineers who come to Pakistan”, he said.

Sajid appreciated the people, government of Pakistan, Pakistan Army, and the Airforce’s energetic efforts during the rescue mission. After the confirmation of the death of Mohammad Ali Sadpara, the People went on Twitter and offering consolation and praising the Legend that no longer with us.

Celebrity Ali Zafar paid tribute in his way:

Ali Sadpara has taken the top on Twitter.

President Of Pakistan Arif Alvi

President Arif Alvi show consolation to the family of Mohammad Ali Sadpara as well as the families of the other climbers

He paid tribute to Ali Sadpara’s statement in his Tweet, “he battled nature with strength, fortitude, and heroism.”

Excluded from Sadpara, Snorri, Mohr, mountaineers Atanas Skatov and Sergi Mingote Moreno were also lost their lives attempting the K2 winter summit this year.

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