Ali Raza Sadpara, a well-known Pakistani mountaineer, died on Friday. Because Ali Raza Sadpara had spinal injuries after falling down a cliff during ordinary training on May 17. According to Ali Raza’s family, he was under hospitalization at a hospital, where he breathed his goodbyes.
At 10 a.m. today, Ali Raza Sadpara’s funeral prayers will be offered at Olding Graveyard.
Previously, Secretary Alpine Club of Pakistan stated the country’s state-run news agency that now the unlucky incident occurred in the small hours on Tuesday when Sadpara was climbing up a mountain near his village in Skardu as part of his preparatory work to summit K2 this summer.
Sadpara slipped and fell into a ditch during his routine training. In the accident, he reported fractured his backbone and ribs, and he is currently being treated at a nearby hospital.
Sadpara planned to conquer K2 — Pakistan’s highest peak – this summer. It was the only peak left for him to climb among all the eight-thousanders in Pakistan.
He has summited the Broad High point, Gasherbrum I, Gasherbrum II and Nanga Parbat for a record collective 17 times. No other Pakistani has conquered peaks higher than 8,000 metres.