Mount Everest : China’s claim is shocking for all

Mount Everest summit in China has been claimed by China, is what is being said by China’s most prominent state-owned, and this has come as a shock to everybody.

China Global Television Network (CGTN), China’s state-owned, posted a photo on Twitter, saying: “An extraordinary sunshine was seen in the skies over Mount Komolongma, also known as Mount Everest, the world’s tallest mountain in China’s Tibet Autonomous Region.”

In 1960, an agreement was signed between China and Nepal to resolve the border dispute. According to experts, Mount Everest is divided, the southern part belongs to Nepal, and the northern part belongs to the Tibetan Autonomous Region, which China claims. On the issue of China, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Professor Srikanth Kondapalli said that China is trying to make Tibet and Everest an integral part of it.
Everest, part of Tibet, is a deceptive work. There are very few people in China who use it. There is no trail of tourism. Not only because it is steep but also because of the visa problem. Many experts are concerned that China is setting up telecom towers for 5-G service in the Mount Everest area. They are currently building the tower at Mount Everest, their neighborhood.

The construction of a tower at an altitude of 8,000 meters above sea level is controversial, including military surveillance in the Himalayan mountain range. India, Bangladesh, and Myanmar may try to use technology in the Himalayan ranges to interfere in the private affairs of foreign countries.
Most of the excursions and trekking tours take place from Nepal to reach Mount Everest.

Currently, with the help of technology, China is developing Everest in the Tibet Autonomous Region. The project details recently released on China’s official website clearly show China’s ambition. The Everest affair has caused a controversy in the relationship between China and Nepal.

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