Asad Memon, a young Pakistani mountaineer, won the honor of climbing Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak.
According to the information received, Asad Memon, the only Pakistani mountaineer among the 15-member team that set out to climb the 8,849-meter-high peak, succeeded despite the bad weather thanks to his determination and courage.
On reaching the summit, Asad Memon raised the national flag while shouting the slogan Takbeer. He is the eighth Pakistani to climb Mount Everest in Nepal’s Himalayan range, and the first mountaineer from Sindh to do so.
Asad Memon has climbed four of the world’s seven major peaks. Asad Memon was caught in bad weather on his way back from the summit and suffered knee injuries, severe burns, and a broken hand. He was, however, returned safely and received medical attention. He is expected to be fine in a day or two and then return to Pakistan.
It should be noted that more than 400 people have died while attempting to climb the world’s highest peak.