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Last video of Ali Sadpara at base camp


Sajid Sadpara son of Ali Sadpara, posted a video of the last night spent at the base camp of his father, the Pakistani mountaineer who went missing during the K2 winter expedition. Sajid called it the most difficult night of his life.

Sharing the video of his father and fellow climbers, Sajid Sadpara said it was “The last & hardest night of my life, together with team & my beloved father #AliSadpara.”

In the video posted by Sajid Sadpara, it can be seen that all the climbers in the base camp are busy taking care of and protecting their mountaineering equipment.
In the Tweet, Sajid Sadpara also warned against following the fake account and told his fans that his videos are being shared with the fake account which is a completely wrong act.

Earlier, a video of Muhammad Ali Sadpara dancing to the popular song “Tum Chale Aao Paharon Ki Qasam” was circulating on social media.
Sajid Sadpara, son of Muhammad Ali Sadpara, had recently confirmed his father’s death in a press conference with the Gilgit Tourism Government.

Ali Sadpara, 45, has the honor of climbing one of the world’s highest peaks, Nanga Parbat, in winter. Due to his expertise in mountaineering, he gained national and international fame.





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