Ali Sadpara's Last Location Traced Through Satellite

Ali Sadpara's Last Location  Traced Through Satellite

The last location of the missing climbers has been traced at the point where the GPS of the team got off.

SKARDU: Muhammad Ali Sadpara and his team's last location has been traced through satellite images and hopefully we will hear good news soon.

Iceland and Chile have shared a satellite picture with Pakistan that helped in identifying the last location of the missing climber. This picture will help the rescue team to find the missing climbers.

Read also: What Happened To Ali Sadpara?

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Meanwhile, preparations for the biggest rescue operation at K2 are underway and the climbers will manually check that location. The operation to be carried out with the help of satellite pictures.

Read also: Immortal Stars of Sadpara in the Sky of Mountaineering!

Muhammad Ali Sadpara from Pakistan and two foreign climbers, John Snorri from Iceland and JP Mohr from Chile went missing On February 5 while attempting to summit K2 winter.

Soon after, the land and aerial search to find the missing climbers was kicked off by the Pakistan Army rescue teams but failed to trace any clue of the team.

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