Climbing ban after cheating on Mount Everest

Climbing ban after cheating on Mount Everest

World August 30, 2016 15:18

kathmandu - Nepal has an Indian couple imposed a ten-year ban on mountaineering. The two had said in May the first Indian couple to have climbed Mount Everest. But pictures of their performance had been forged, the BBC reported.

Officials say the ban is intended to deter other climbers from making false and dishonest claims. By the thirty couple who works with the police in India for a while ran a Nepali government investigation.

The two denied the deception and the Sherpas who accompanied them. The Indians were also exposed by a compatriot. Who said the photos were used as evidence were of him and that they were edited.
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