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Nazir Sabir was born in Ramanji a small hamlet in Chiporsun, upper Hunza known as Gojal. He is the only Pakistani to have climbed Mount Everest, world's tallest peak, and four of the five 8000m peaks in Pakistan. He has also climbed the world’s second highest peak K2 in 1981, Gasherbrum II and Broad Peak in 1982. Despite his tour operator business Nazir Sabir has been remained member of the Northern Areas Legislative Council and Education Advisor of the administration of the Northern Areas of Pakistan. After the abolution of the Hunza State in 1974, for the first time he defeated the last Mir of Hunza’s son Ghanzanfer Ali Khan.
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