Pune pair Dinesh Rathod and Tarakeshwari, who claim they were the first pair to conquer Everest investigated by police after allegedly false picture of their performance.
Dinesh Rathod and Tarakeshwari, which are both the Pune Police in India said in a press conference on June . They had made the summit of the highest mountain in the world, May 23
The head of Kathmandu climbing Makalu Adventure based company said that its Sherpas helped make the climb and climb certificates by the Nepalese authorities.
Climber Satyarup Siddhanta says this picture of him on the summit of Mount Everest has been “stolen”
Siddanta the image appears on the site of a trekking adventure company were uploaded to support claims of a pair of Plum, who conquered Everest. The two images are identical except for the climber sex change with the appearance of a flag and a color change gloves in all respects
But some experienced climbers raise serious doubts about the statement of the couple emerged after photographs of their expedition.
Climber Satyarup Siddhanta issued a message on his Facebook page saying that pictures of him on the summit of Everest had “stolen” then changed.
Picture of Satyarup Siddhanta
He wrote: “This is so, so, so amazing that you !!!!!!!! took my Photoshopped photos and images from its top … And got certificates for … Where is Mountaineering go ????? Shame Explore the Pune agents!
Two photographs published in its request. One of the climbers in a yellow jacket giving the thumbs up, another group of climbers show, huddled on the floor.
Picture of Tarakeshwari Rathod
The recording of the group appear on Makalu adventure site in a story entitled “Indian couple conquered Mount Everest, sets record”. Dinesh legend and “Tarkeshwari Rathod on the summit of Mount Everest.” said a Rathods image on Everest they showed at the summit of wear completely different outfits. Gavin Bate, 50, a climber who climbed Everest summit six times says must climb online travel mail, it is “inconceivable” that a mountaineer would change their jackets and boots on Everest
The image of man, giving thumbs up was written by Makalu Adventure under the same title and the same label, but has some differences.
The person in the photo now has an Indian flag, and the face of a woman now. The rest of the image is almost identical.
Other suspicions are thrown on Rathod affirmation by the fact that they appear in other images on the face of Everest wearing completely different outfits.
Gavin Bate, 50, a climber who climbed Everest summit six times says online travel mail, it is “inconceivable” that a mountaineer would change their jackets and boots climbing on Everest, because it is too cold and exhausting.
However, says Makalu adventure chief Mohan Lamsal the BBC he had “no doubt” the requirements of the Rathod and that their licenses were issued after carefully questioned by the Nepalese authorities.