Indian climbers’ claim to climb Mount Everest proved false, banned
Nepal has banned Indian climbers from falsely claiming to have climbed the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest.
According to British media, Nepal has banned 2 Indian climbers and their team leader for 6 years for falsely claiming to have climbed Mount Everest.
According to the British media, a thorough investigation was carried out by Nepal, which proved that Indian climbers had falsely claimed to have climbed Mount Everest in 2016. According to media reports, Indian mountaineers Narendra Singh and Seema Rani were also issued certificates by the Nepal Tourism Department at the time after claiming to have climbed Mount Everest in 2016.
The Indian climbers were nominated for an adventure award after claiming to have climbed the peak. Some climbers questioned their claim and were questioned about the climb, but both climbers denied the allegations. Could not provide any evidence.
According to media reports, Nepal’s Ministry of Tourism said that an investigation was carried out into the two climbers after the incident, which proved that the two climbers never reached the summit of Mount Everest because the world’s height of 29,032 feet Mount Everest is considered to be the highest level for climbers throughout the world, but both climbers have failed to provide photographs and evidence of adventures in this regard.
The Nepalese Ministry of Tourism said its investigation had found fake documents and photographs of the two climbers, which led to their ban after consulting mountaineering experts.
According to media reports, climbers Narendra Singh, Seema Rani and team leader Naba Kumar have been banned for six years with effect from 2016, while their mountaineering certificates have also been revoked.
Nepal’s Ministry of Tourism also fined a company conducting an adventure in cooperation with climbers.