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Three foreign climbers thrashed in Mt. Everest Area


SOLUKHUMBU: In one hand the government is spending large amount of money for promoting tourism potentials of the country, on the other hand the government fails to provide proper security and create conducive environment for tourists.

Taking the frail law and order situation of the country three foreign climbers were thrashed in between the Camp 2 and Camp 3 while they were climbing Mt. Everest.

Simboli Moro, an Italian national, and Wool Stick, a Swiss national, who went for expedition from Choyu Treks got minor injuries in the attack following a minor dispute with the Nepali Sherpa guides.

They have been brought down to base camp late afternoon Saturday after the incident. They have warned of returning home giving up the expedition if the Government of Nepal did not ensure their security.

We have convinced them to this effect for the time being and kept them in the base camp, reports quoted Director of the Choyu Treks, Ngima Nuru Sherpa as saying.

“If the climbers are thrashed during their journey, it would not give positive message to the country. It would be disrepute to our country’s security and managerial system,” Sherpa added.

Meanwhile, Chief District Officer of Solukhumbu, and Chief of the Police expressed commitment to arrest the guilty of the incident investigating the case and provide necessary security to the foreigners. They informed that they have mobilized a team to the area to take stock of the situation and vowed to take appropriate action to the persons involved in the incident.

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Information for Indian tourists travelling by land:- 72 hours (-) C-19 report, CCMC form and Antigen Test at entry point