Shigar: A 19-year-old Pakistani has made a world record by scaling the world's second-most noteworthy mountain, K2, media provides details regarding Tuesday.
As per deatils, Shehroze Kashif, 19 years of age, effectively scaled the K2 mountain and lifted the Pakistani banner.
#PakistanOnK2 #Project14x8000ers #ShehrozeKashif has summited K2 today 27 July 2021 at 8:10 a.m.— TheBroadBoy (@Shehrozekashif2) July 27, 2021
ALHAMDULILLAH #Pakistan #TheBroadBoy @RaiTaimoorPTI #TheKarakoramClub @KarakoramClub pic.twitter.com/wxalju5wfF
Recently, Shehroze Kashif turned into the most youthful Pakistani to scale the world's biggest mountain over the seal level, Mount Everest.
On Monday, the group of missing Pakistani climber Mohammad Ali Sadpara was found beneath 300m from the bottleneck K2.
Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) data serve Fatehullah Khan had revealed that the assemblages of Mohammad Ali Sadpara and John Snorri were recuperated.
'Three assemblages' of the missing climbers were spotted from optics at 9:00 am today and it will require some days to carry the bodies to the headquarters through Pakistan Army helicopters, he had said. Khan added that Sadpara's body was distinguished from the dress he wore throughout the colder time of year culmination.