Nepal bans three Indian climbers for faking Everest summit

Nepal bans three Indian climbers for faking Everest summit

Nepal on Wed revoked the Mount Everest summit certificates of 2 Indian climbers for faking their 2016 ascent, and illegal them and their team leader from climb within the country for 6 years, officials said.


Narender Singh Yadav and Seema blue blood Goswami aforementioned they reached the highest of the world’s highest mountain within the 2016 spring season, and Nepal’s business department certified their claim at the time.

But outrage erupted among Indian mountaineers once Yadav was listed for the distinguished mountaineer journey Award last year, triggering associate investigation.

Tourism Ministry spokes person town Nath Adhikari told  their investigations and inquiries with alternative climbers discovered that the 2 “never reached the summit”.

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