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19-year-old Pakistani Shehroze makes world record by Scaling K2

19-year-old Pakistani Shehroze makes world record by Scaling K2
July 27, 2021

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – A 19-year-old Pakistani Shehroze Kashif has made a world record by scaling the world’s second-highest mountain on Tuesday.

Mountaineer Shahrooz Kashif's great achievement as he has become the youngest Pakistani climber to reach the summit of K2.

Shehroze Kashif has scaled K2 today July, 27 at 8:10am. The 19 years old climber successfully scaled the K2 mountain and hoisted the Pakistani flag.

Shehroze father said that his son has recently surmounted the Mount Everest, 8,848.86 metres, as a part of Seven Summit Treks — Everest Expedition 2021. Now Shehroze has summited world’s second and Pakistan’s first tallest peak, his father told. 

On Monday, body of Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara and his two colleagues was found from K2.

The body has been found 300 meters away from the K2 bottleneck. The body of mountaineers John Pablo and John Snorri were also found.

A team, including Muhammad Ali Sadpara's son Sajid Sadpara was busy in the search operation.

A local tour company has confirmed the recovery of the bodies of Ali Sadpara and John Pablo.