Nepali Climbers On The World’s Second Highest Peak, Created History

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Nepali climbers have created history by conquering the world’s second-highest peak K2. Nirmal Pooraja, who was part of the Nepali mountaineers who conquered K2, promised this month that his team would record the K2 mountain climb in the winter. On January 16, two teams from Nepal took this record. During this time, Nepali parties gave a great introduction to solidarity shoulder to shoulder, whose video has now gone viral worldwide.

Actually, a team from Nepal had reached earlier but stopped 10 meters before the peak of K2 and proceeded with the arrival of another team. After this, both these teams conquered this mountain 28,251 feet high. Nirmal Poorja said that K2 was not the only person on the peak but all the people were Nepalese citizens and the national anthem of Nepal was echoing and hoisting the national flag of Nepal.

Nirmal tweeted, ‘No one agenda, no single greed only solidarity and Nepal flag of Nepali team which has a common goal.’ Nirmal Poorja is a UK soldier of Nepali origin. They shared a video of K2 Peak stepping together on Instagram and Twitter which has now gone viral. Nirmal said that Nepali climbers have helped people from other parts of the world succeed over the Himalayas but very little has happened that they themselves have celebrated it. So far, around 6 lakh people have watched this video on Twitter and have retweeted over 4 thousand loos.

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