KOTA KINABALU: Parti Bersatu Rakyat Sabah’s hopes of having its flag planted on the world’s highest peak crashed with the avalanche that swept down Mount Everest and killed 13 Nepali sherpas (mountain guides) last week.
This was because the sherpa who was picked to carry the PBRS flag to the top of the mountain was among those who died in the high altitude avalanche on April 18.
The death of Dorje Kharti, a veteran sherpa who has made it to the peak 10 times, has dealt a blow to the plans of the party led by Tan Sri Joseph Kurup.
Expressing the party’s condolences to the sherpa’s family, Api-Api PBRS …
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