Sajid Sadpara Creates History by Climbing Mount Everest without Oxygen:
Sajid Sadpara, a celebrated Pakistani mountaineer, has engraved his name in the annals of history by accomplishing a successful ascent of Mount Everest, surpassing all odds without the assistance of supplementary oxygen or Sherpas, who recognized as highly skilled mountaineers.
This remarkable feat establishes him as the first Pakistani to conquer the world’s highest peak solely relying on his own strength, devoid of oxygen tanks. Prior to his triumphant ascent of Everest, Sajid had already conquered numerous arduous summits, including Pakistan’s K2 (8,611m), Gasherbrum-I (8,080m), Gasherbrum-II (8,035m), and Nepal’s Manaslu (8,163m), all accomplished without the aid of supplementary oxygen. His ultimate ambition is to scale all fourteen of the world’s eight-thousanders without the use of additional oxygen.
This achievement fulfills the dream of his late father, Mohammad Ali Sadpara, a distinguished climber in his own right. Expressing his jubilation in a tweet, Sajid proclaimed, “A momentous occasion in history as I become the first Pakistani to reach the summit of Everest, undertaking this solo journey without relying on supplemental oxygen or personal sherpa assistance. This was my father’s cherished ambition for Pakistan.”