ISLAMABAD: Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan, Khalid Khurshid on Thursday said that a school for training of the mountaineers would be established in the village of Ali Sadpara, who lost his life during an expedition mission to K-2.
In an interview with a private television channel, he said all necessary support would be provided to the family of Pakistani mountaineer Ali Sadpara, who found missing during a mission of climbing the highest mountain of K-2.
Ali Sadpara earned name for Pakistan, and we have shocked and grieved over the lose of a great mountaineer. Sadpara had got success in climbing eight highest mountains of the world, the CM stated. Meanwhile, a social activist and singer Abrar ul Haq, said dream of Ali Sadpara for construction of a school for mountaineers would be fulfilled soon.