Famous Pakistani Mountaineer Samina Baig Critical – Request for Prayers


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Samina Khayal Baig, a notable young Pakistani mountaineer, was born in Shimshal, Gilgit, in 1990. She was the first female Pakistani mountaineer to climb Mount Everest in 2013, and by 2014, she had scaled seven top summits. The Pakistani mountaineer conquered K2 in 2022. She is the first Pakistani woman to conquer Mount Everest, K2, and all seven summits. She scaled Mount Everest at the age of twenty-one. She was making waves for her recent K2 expedition.

Recently, devastating news about the Pakistani mountaineer circulated on social media after she fell ill on her recent K2 expedition, which she was heading. It was a female mission led jointly by Pakistanis and Italians. According to the details, Baig, who was also conducting the difficult expedition, began to experience significant breathing problems during her pre-expedition preparations.

Unfortunately, despite her rapidly failing health, the young mountaineer did not receive timely assistance. All of the necessary equipment and team members were present to participate in the rescue operations, but the weather prevented the operation from taking place. Samina Baig waited for a helicopter for three days. The doctor evaluated her condition and warned everyone of her deteriorating health.

Unfortunately, the crew chose to evacuate her using human help and a horse. According to the latest reports, the brave mountaineer has been rescued and carried from Dassu to Skardu via helicopter. She has been admitted to the Combined Military Hospital in Skardu and is in need of prayers. Her family and brother begged prayers and informed them of the unfortunate circumstances surrounding her abandonment from the mission.

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