Lahore’s Shahrooz Kashif, who climbed the world’s highest peaks in the shortest time, has gone missing along with his partner Fazal Ali.
Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister has directed to launch an immediate rescue operation to find Shahrooz Kashif and his associates. Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid has said that help should also be sought from Army Avenue in the rescue operation. The Home Department has also directed the Gilgit to set up a control room.
Shahrooz Kashif had reached the top of Nanga Parbat on Tuesday morning and according to his father, on the way back, he got stuck due to forgetting the way just beyond Camp Four. Shahrooz Kashif’s father had to rescue his son. Has appealed for help from Pakistan’s army chief.
In the video message, his father added that Shahrooz had named the victory after the world’s third highest peak, Kanchenjunga. He has made Pakistan famous by doing so many great deeds at the age of only 20 years. Please do an operation to rescue him.
According to BBC Urdu, Shahrooz from Lahore, popularly known as ‘Broadboy’, has climbed eight of the 14 peaks above 8,000 meters, and according to his father, Shahrooz’s mission now The remaining peaks are to be reached within a year and a half.
He is the only Pakistani climber to have climbed three peaks of 8000 meters in just 23 days. 8463).
Earlier, Shahrooz had climbed the world’s second highest and most difficult peak K2 (8611 m), Mount Everest (8848 m), Broad Pack (8047 m), as well as Spider Pack (3885 m), Musa’s Masala (4080 m) Chambra. Pak (4600 m), Mangalak Sar (6050 m), Gondogro La Pass (5585 m), Khurdopan Pass (5800) and Kehsar Kunj (6050 m) are also covered.
In May of that year, Shahrooz became the world’s youngest climber to climb the world’s five highest peaks in 23 days. After climbing the world’s first and second highest peaks, Mount Everest and K2, The mission, which climbed the third, fourth and fifth highest peaks, was dubbed ‘Project 345’.