In a remarkable accomplishment, Asad Ali Memon, a student from a private university in Karachi, has achieved an extraordinary feat by reaching the summit of Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world. This outstanding achievement makes Memon the first person from Sindh province in Pakistan to conquer the majestic peak, which stands at an awe-inspiring height of 8,849 meters.
By successfully scaling Mount Everest, Memon has joined the distinguished ranks of those who have triumphed over this formidable mountain. As the sole representative from Sindh province, he has accomplished a remarkable milestone. The Institute of Business Management, Memon’s university, has extended their heartfelt congratulations and wished him a safe descent and reunion with his family.
Pakistan’s mountaineering community continues to bring immense pride to the nation through their extraordinary achievements. Most recently, another celebrated Pakistani mountaineer, Sajid Sadpara, etched his name in history by conquering Mount Everest without the use of supplemental oxygen.
Notably, Sajid accomplished this remarkable feat without the aid of Sherpas, highly skilled climbers who often provide assistance during expeditions. By becoming the first Pakistani to summit Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen, Sajid is pursuing his ultimate aspiration of conquering all 14 eight-thousanders— the world’s highest mountains surpassing 8,000 meters— without assistance. This quest is a tribute to the cherished wish of his late father, Muhammad Ali Sadpara, a legendary mountaineer who left an indelible mark on the mountaineering world.