Nepal banned Indian Climbers for 6 years for faking Everest Summit

Nepal has banned Indian Climbers Narender Singh Yadav and Seema Rani Goswami and their team leader from climbing any mountains of Nepal. They are banned for six years.

After a investigation, it was found that they had faked their 2016 climb up Mt. Everest.

Narender Singh Yadav and Seema Rani Goswami’s climb was certified by the Tourism Department at the time.

They were asked about the evidences after Mr. Yadav was nominated for award which he failed to show it.

An officer from Nepal’s Tourism and Culture Ministry told the Indian media that the team had submitted the fake documents including the photographs and documents.

Mr. Yadav and team have been placed under a six years ban starting from 2016. The tourism has also fined the companies and people who organized the climb and supported them.

Reaching the top of Mt. Everest which is 8,848.86m is considered the biggest achievement for mountaineers around the globe.

Those who have succeeded the climb  have been a successful motivational speakers and authors.

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