- Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara was reported to have efficiently climbed the 8,611-metre K2 two days in the past
- Sadpara, alongside Icelandic mountaineer John Snorri, and Juan Pablo Mohr Prieto, have been lacking for the previous two days
- Their first try on the K2 Winter Expedition 2021 again in January had failed
- Thus far, there have been no stories of their whereabouts and no contact with them, with rescue groups returning empty-handed
Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara, who was reported to have efficiently climbed the 8,611-metre K2, remains to be lacking alongside two of his colleagues and his expedition group and Twitter has come collectively, collectively wishing and praying for his or her protected return.
Sadpara, Icelandic mountaineer John Snorri, and Juan Pablo Mohr Prieto have been among the many group that have been on the K2 Winter Expedition 2021, making an attempt the arduous journey up prime after an earlier try in January failed.
Now, nonetheless, with no stories of the mountaineers’ whereabouts, no contact with them, and rescue groups returning empty-handed, their followers and well-wishers have turned to Twitter to affix palms and pray for his or her protected return.
Power Minister Omar Ayub Khan and the federal government of Pakistan’s official account tweeted for his protected return.
His son, Sajid Ali Sadpara, had “safely arrived to the Basecamp” final night time.