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  Mt. Everest 2005: P N Ganesh Everest Summit has been reported...


 

 

 

HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS!! We extend our hearty congratulations to Mr. Padubidre Nagesh Rao Ganesh (India) & Mr. Martin (Poland) [unsure?] on their successful ascent of the 8848 m. Mt. Everest via North Col on 03rd June. We wish them all the best and pray for their success today & forever. Mr. Bal Kumar Basnet & Parikrama Treks & Expeditions (P) Ltd. family. Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal.

 

EverestNews.com has received several requests for EverestNews.com to "confirm" his summit. We have no information today of anyone disputing his summit, however as far as confirming his summit. We have no information today, confirming his summit. We have asked for more detailed pictures from his agent. We have no information today to say his "word" is not true. See the article on Official Mt Everest Summits.

 

We have received information from P N Ganesh and his agency that he has summited Mt Everest on 3rd June Morning (at 12 pm Tibet time).  He was present there for 8 mins and took snaps.  He is currently back in Kathmandu.

 

More Information from his agent: First of all a 'Hearty Congratulations' to all of you there for working hard on Mr. P.N. Ganesh's expedition. Let me take this opportunity to inform you that Mr. Ganesh successfully summited Mt. Everest on 3rd of June at 12:00 P.M. which certainly is a great news for all of us. I must say the hard work & effort put in his trip has been fruitful. We were not able to get this news earlier  due to lack of communication which barred us from getting the news. Anyway once again congratulation!!!

 

He has also obtained a certificate from TMA for his summit. He will also be able to provide you with some summit photos.   I request you to announce this on your website as this is a matter

of pride for all of us. Ganesh becomes the 2nd summitter after SS

Chaitanya (IAF summitter went missing) from South India (and the Indian state of Karnataka) to summit Mt Everest.

 

 

EverestNews.com even received a letter from the State Police in India.

 

No.56/Sports/2004-05

Office of the,

Director General & Inspector General of Police,

Karnataka State,

No.2, Nrupathunga Road, Bangalore-560 001.

Karnataka, India

Dt: 06-06-2005.

 

Dear Sir, 

Sub: Information about Shri. P.N. Ganesh

 

 

* * *

 

            We from Karnataka State Police, Karnataka, India request to confirm about the claim of Sri. P.N. Ganesh, member of “Everest Expeditions in Spring-2005”, organized by Parikrama Treks and Expeditions (P) Ltd., from March 29th to June 3rd 2005  having summited Everest at 10 am on 3rd June 2005 or thereafter and also requested to reply back at the earliest.

 

           

            Thanking you,

 

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Sd/-

(J.V. GAONKAR, IPS)

Inspector General of Police,

State Intelligence &

Chairman,

KSPSCB,  Bangalore,

Karnataka, India

 

to all interested, we will follow up and see what we can find. Hopefully other climbers have pictures on the summit that can be used for confirmation.

 

 

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