Climber seriously wounded in mountain fall


Mountain climber Ali Raza Sadpara was severely injured when he fell from a mountain in Skardu during his routine training.

As per Karar Haidari, secretary of Alpine Club of Pakistan, Mr. Sadpara, 55, was on a mountain for routine training on Tuesday when he slipped off a cliff and fell into a ditch.

He was urgently transported to the Skardu Regional Hospital for treatment.

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Nasir Hussain, who performed surgery on Raza Sadpara, said the injuries were serious. “We have been trying to save his life for the past 24 hours.” “He continues to be paralyzed.”

Raza Sadpara was scheduled to climb the K2 summit, the second-highest summit in the world, this summer.

Sadpara has had the honor to climb the 8,000-metre peaks of Pakistan 17 times. He climbed Broad Peak (8047m) five times, Gasherbrum-II (8035m) four times, Gasherbrum-I (8068m) four times, and Nanga Parbat (8125 m).

He also scaled Sia Kangri, Baltoro Kangri, and Spantik 4 times.


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