18 Climbers Join Save the Himalayas Rally in New York
Eighteen mountaineers who have summited the highest peak on earth, Mt. Everest, gathered at a rally in front of the United Nations building on Tuesday at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, 47th Street, New York, USA while world leaders gathered in the United Nations. The climbers present at the rally were Appa Sherpa (scaled Mt Everest 20 times), First South Asian Journalist to summit Mt. Everest Mr. Ang Chhiring Sherpa, Nima Gombu Sherpa (scaled Mt Everest 15 times), Pasag Rinji Sherpa (Scaled 5 times), Ang Pasang Sherpa, Ang Phurba Sherpa, Chuldim Nurbu Sherpa, Kipa Sherpa, Lakpa Gelje Sherpa, Mingma Chiring Sherpa, Mingma Nurbu Sherpa, Pasang Kami Sherpa, Chuldim  nuru Sherpa, Serap Jangbu Sherpa, Sonam Sherpa, Nima gombu Sherpa, Ang babu ( jinpa)  Sherpa, AC Sherpa, and Dawa Stephen Sherpa. The rally was organized as a series of event began with a cabinet meeting at Kalapaththar, the Everest Base Camp  in Nepal and an awareness rally at Copenhagen. Speaking at the event, the head of the Nepal’s delegation to the United Nation and the Home Minister of Nepal Mr. Bhim Rawal appealed international leaders to pay attention and support to stop melting Himalayas and snow. He praised the efforts organized by the Non Resident Nepalis and also added that the government of Nepal is committed to work on this issue.
 

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