Kudos to popular singer Abrarul Haq who has announced to fulfill missing mountaineer Ali Sadpara’s dream of building a school in his village.
Taking to Twitter, Abrarul Haq wrote, “I have just heard the news that Muhammad Ali Sadpara wanted to build a school in his village after his mission,” adding, “Therefore we have decided to fulfill his dream and Inshahallah a school will be built in the village of our hero in his memory.”
I have just heard the news that Muhammad Ali Sadpara wanted to build a school in his village after his mission therefore we have decided to fulfil his dream and Inshahallah a school will be built in the village of our hero in his memory.#muhammadalisadpara pic.twitter.com/0A2X6eJOZg
— Abrar Ul Haq (@AbrarUlHaqPK) February 15, 2021
Soon after the singer’s announcement, netizens and fans appreciated his move.
Muhammad Ali Sadpara went missing while trying to summit the K2 with two fellow climbers earlier this month.
The search for Sadpara, John Snorri from Iceland and Juan Pablo from Chile went on for days with no fruitful result on the K2 mountain.
Who is Muhammad Ali Sadpara?
Muhammad Ali Sadpara, known as the bravest climbing hero of Pakistan, hails from a small village in Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan. Lacking better training opportunities, he began his hobby of mountaineering as a porter and travelled with certified mountaineering teams but only went to the last base camp with their luggage and returned.
After that, Ali Sadpara started his journey and climbed many famous peaks. In 2019, he climbed the world’s fifth-highest peak at 8,485 meters in Nepal. He is the first Pakistani mountaineer to have climbed seven mountain peaks above 8,000 meters in the world.
However, this time, Sadpara and two foreign climbers, John Snorri from Iceland & MP Mohr from Chile, set out from Base Camp III to reach the summit between Thursday and Friday night. They were expected to head to K2 in the winter on February 5 but lost contact with base camp on Friday night.
Helicopters flew up to 7,000 meters yesterday to trace the three climbers after they lost contact with the base camp, but no trace was found and on February 7 the rescue mission was resumed but so far no trace found.