Unusual. An Indian climbs Everest after simulating the ascent.

A banned Indian mountaineer claimed to have climbed Everest, but he has now successfully climbed the highest peak in the world.

Unusual. An Indian climbs Everest after simulating the ascent.

A banned Indian mountaineer claimed to have climbed Everest, but he has now successfully climbed the highest peak in the world.

Narender Singh Yadav claimed that he had climbed Everest in May 2016. Later, it was discovered that photos of Narender Singh Yadav at the summit of the 8,849-meter peak were altered.

He was then banned by the government of Nepal for six years along with two other climbers from Everest. This ban expired last month.

Narender Singh Yadav stated that Everest is a dream for everyone, but for him, Everest has become his life. "There were many allegations about me, so that's why it was important to prove myself," Narender Singh Yadav, a mountaineer, said on Friday. He still believes he reached the summit in 2016.

Bishma Raj Bhattrai, a Nepalese Ministry of Tourism official, stated that they gave the certificate to him on Wednesday after he had presented sufficient evidence.

Narender Singh Yadav was not alone. Instead, he was accompanied on the ascent by two Sherpas who took many photos and videos to show the truth.

Many climbers consider climbing Everest the ultimate achievement. Although the current authentication system requires photographs and reports from team leaders as well as government agents at the base camp to verify authenticity, fraud still occurs from time-to-time.

An Indian couple was banned from Everest in 2016 after superimposing photos of themselves with an image taken on the summit by another Indian climber.

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