Two young Indian mountaineers, led by ace mountaineer Manish Kashniyal, from the Kashni village of Pithoragarh district, succeed in climbing Mt. Everest.

BD Kasniyal
GG News Bureau
Pithoragarh, 1st June. The young Indian mountaineers, led by ace mountaineer Manish Kashniyal aged 26 who belongs to Kashni village of Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand scaled the world’s highest peak Mount Everest (8848.86) at 5 AM on Tuesday said the sources from Peak Promotion Private ltd Nepal.

“The other two mountaineers who were in the team are Manita Pradhan aged 25 also from India and two Sherpas, Rukte Sherpa and Hum Sherpa from Nepal. “said the peak promotion private post.
The expedition was sponsored by the Indian mountaineer federation, under the ministry of sports and youth affairs, Government of India. The family sources of Manish Kashniyal said that the mountaineers are still at peak, they will descend to base camp after some hours then only then they will be able to talk to the team.
The team leader Manish Kasniyal is from the Kashni village of Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand, while Manita Pradhan is from Sikkim state. Two Sherpas are from Nepal.
According to the sources from the NGO, Intrinsic climbers and explorers, (ICE) where Manish learnt his primary tips of mountaineering, Manish had also scaled more than a dozen peaks earlier including Trishul, and Gangotri peaks under various expeditions. “He had taken training at Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of mountaineering in Jammu and Kashmir.
Manish Kashniyal’s team left new Delhi for Kathmandu of April 1, this year, the team was waiting for congenial weather conditions at camp 4, from May 15, the climbers started climbing the peak from 12 am last night. The family and friends have extended their congratulation through the message on the private post and are eagerly waiting for their return.

This news will inspire and motivate the Covid warriors who are working day and night to fight the Covid pandemic in the country and reassure their belief that target even if it is as high as Mt Everest is achievable.

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