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K2 summit in winter: Thank you Pakistani household for making us really feel at home, says Nepalese mountaineer

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The Nepalese mountaineer, who was a part of the workforce that made historical past by finishing a winter try on the summit of K2 , has thanked  “Pakistani family for making us feel at home”.Nepalese mountaineer Nirmal Purja mentioned he was humbled by the nice and cozy welcome the workforce obtained upon arrival in Skardu and Islamabad. Taking to Twitter, Purja mentioned the climbers have been overjoyed with feelings and “our hearts are full of gratitude” and thanked “Pakistani family for making us feel at home”.”We feel honoured that many highly respected delegates of Pakistan came to congratulate our team,” he wrote. “It was a great pleasure to meet the President Dr Arif Alvi, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Tourism Minister Zulfikar Bukhari and our very own minister of Gilgit Baltistan Nasir Ali Khan.”It could also be added right here that Zulfi Bukhari is a particular assistant to PM Imran Khan on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource and never a tourism minister.”We value your kind words of encouragement and appreciation for our team and the Nepalese climbing community,” mentioned Purja. “Smallest things matter in big mountains.””The support team including the porters, basecamp support, logistic providers, cooks; everyone plays a pivotal role. They are the backbone of our expedition and I cannot thank them enough,” he continued. “Thank you, Pakistan!”

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