Asad Ali Memon has accomplished a remarkable achievement by becoming the first individual from Sindh province to proudly represent the country by successfully scaling Mount Everest in Nepal.
The Institute of Business Management (IoBM) confirmed Asad’s awe-inspiring ascent to the summit, placing him among the distinguished group of individuals who have conquered the world’s highest peak.
IoBM also expressed their heartfelt wishes for Asad’s well-being and safe descent as he prepares to reunite with his family after his remarkable journey from the staggering altitude of 8,849 meters in Nepal’s mighty mountains.
It is worth mentioning that Pakistani climbers have garnered widespread recognition within the mountaineering community for their extraordinary accomplishments this climbing season.
Recently, Sajid Sadpara, the son of the legendary mountaineer Mohammad Ali Sadpara, scaled Mount Everest without using supplemental oxygen or Sherpa support, earning immense praise.
Naila Kiani became the second Pakistani woman, following in the footsteps of Samina Baig, to conquer the world’s highest peak.
Furthermore, Naila, alongside another Pakistani woman named Nadia Azad, successfully conquered Lhotse Peak in Nepal, the fourth-highest mountain on Earth.
In a separate achievement, Shehroze Kashif recently became the youngest climber in the world to summit 12 peaks above eight thousand meters, culminating in his successful ascent of Dhaulagiri in Nepal.