Armed force organizing high gamble activity to save mountain dwellers Shehroze Kashif, Fazal Ali
GILGIT: In a bid to recover abandoned mountain dwellers Shehroze Kashif and Fazal Ali from Nanga Parbat, the Pakistan Army is planning a high gamble salvage activity throughout the previous 24 hours, said Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Thursday. The Pakistani mountain dwellers had disappeared two days back while diving the highest point of Nanga Parbat yet were followed a day sooner. The mountain dweller team had summited the Nanga Parbat, the 10th most elevated top on the planet, on Tuesday.
In an explanation, the tactical’s media wing said that military flying helicopters and a ground search group — containing high-elevation watchmen and heroes — have been utilized to protect the mountain climbers. Pakistan armed force flying pilots, in a really considering endeavoring, flew two helicopter missions notwithstanding terrible weather patterns yet couldn’t get the mountain dwellers because of thick mists and extremely high elevation, the ISPR said.
“In the meantime, the ground search group is likewise approaching the abandoned mountain climbers who are right now at Camp-3 at a level of 21,000 feet. The military aeronautics pilots will fly again today likely to atmospheric conditions as the ground group endeavor to safeguard the mountain dwellers to Camp-2,” it added. Kashif’s dad told Geo News recently that his child — during a concise visit from the headquarters — has informed him that they were moving towards Camp 2.