PM, COAS closely following developments on missing mountaineers including Sadpara

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PM, COAS closely following developments on missing mountaineers including Sadpara

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on overseas Pakistan Zulfi Bukhari said that Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief of Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa were concerned and personally following all developments regarding our missing mountaineers.

Taking to Twitter, Bukhari said that high altitude porters and Lama helis will restart the search at the crack of dawn.

Prayers needed from everyone for their safe return,” he added.

Pakistan’s climbing hero, Ali Sadpara link, John Snorri from Iceland and Juan Pablo Mohr from Chile are missing since 5 hours on K2, the world’s second-highest mountain.

According to the details, contact with the 3-member expedition has not been established for the last 25 hours. Ali Sadpara, including the two mountaineers, went missing while returning to the basecamp 4, while Sajjid Sadpara reached basecamp 3 last night.

President Arif Alvi has on Saturday prayed for their safe return in a tweet. “I hope Ali Sadpara and his co-climbers are alive and fine. These are very brave mountaineers. We pray for their safety. Good information in your thread,” he wrote.