Many mountainInternational Desk, DhakaTimes climbers lost their lives to conquer Everest in the world's highest mountain. Their bodies are covered in ice. However, the death of the numerous mountaineers who died on different occasions due to the Khumu glacier of the Himalaya Mountains are melting. The administration of the Himalayan community has started collecting the bodies.
According to the Nepalese Mountaineering Association (NMA), so far about five thousand climbers have won the world's highest peak. More than three hundred climbers have lost their lives in the middle of danger. Two-thirds of their dead body is buried in the iceberg ice.
The NMA's former chief, Aung Sherring Sherpah, said that the Himalayan ice layer melts rapidly due to global warming. As a result, the dead bodies buried under the ice in various parts of the mountain are now coming out.
He said, "Now the hiking season is going on, but the camps of Everest camps are taking up the bodies of people who are struggling to bring the people are struggling to suffer. Rescuers have been able to get relief in the rescue of these bodies. And the cost can be roughly equal to the mountain. '
The weight of these bodies is almost 150 kilograms. As a result, the rescueers could get a lot of speed to get rid of the dead body. Apart from this, the cost to bring down one's body is about Rs. 34 lakhs, from Rs. 67 lakhs.
Aung Sherring also said that when many climbers die, they prefer to be buried in the hills. As a result, no initiative is taken to remove their dead body. Source: The Himalayan Times