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ITBP makes history by climbing the 7,000-meter-high Mount Dom Khang

The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) mountaineers successfully ascended Mount Dom Khang, making history. More than 7,000 meters above sea level, Mount Dom Khang is situated in Sikkim.


A team of top climbers from the ITBP, according to ITBP spokesperson Vivek Pandey, successfully scaled Mount Dom Khang on September 22 and 23, one of the tallest mountains in the nation. This is the first time a team from this country has successfully ascended this peak. IMF records indicate that this is the first ascent of this summit by any team.
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The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) mountaineers successfully ascended Mount Dom Khang, making history. More than 7,000 meters above sea level, Mount Dom Khang is situated in Sikkim.


A team of top climbers from the ITBP, according to ITBP spokesperson Vivek Pandey, successfully scaled Mount Dom Khang on September 22 and 23, one of the tallest mountains in the nation. This is the first time a team from this country has successfully ascended this peak. IMF records indicate that this is the first ascent of this summit by any team.
According to him, the ITBP has also opened a new path for ascending this peak, which will help Sikkim’s adventure tourism and mountaineering in the future by boosting mountaineering in the Lachen valley.
On two separate days, the expedition used Ropes 1 and 2 to ascend the peak in two separate parties. Deputy Commandant Anoop Kumar served as the rope 1 leader. While Commandant Ratan

Singh Sonal oversaw Rope 2. The squad consisted of 13 people in all, one of them was a woman.
The campaign was launched on August 11 as a crucial part of the force’s “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign under the auspices of “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” by ITBP Director General Dr. Sujoy L. Thoussen. Ratan Singh Sonal, Everester Commandant, served as the team’s leader.
A specialized Central Armed Police Force, the ITBP was established in 1962 and is stationed along the 3,488 km Indo-China border from the Karakoram in Ladakh to Jachep La in Arunachal Pradesh.
The force has made unique accomplishments in the sphere of adventure sports, particularly in mountain sports like mountaineering, skiing, river rafting, and others.

ording to him, the ITBP has also opened a new path for ascending this peak, which will help Sikkim’s adventure tourism and mountaineering in the future by boosting mountaineering in the Lachen valley.
On two separate days, the expedition used Ropes 1 and 2 to ascend the peak in two separate parties. Deputy Commandant Anoop Kumar served as the rope 1 leader. While Commandant Ratan Singh Sonal oversaw Rope 2. The squad consisted of 13 people in all, one of them was a woman.
The campaign was launched on August 11 as a crucial part of the force’s “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign under the auspices of “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” by ITBP Director General Dr. Sujoy L. Thoussen. Ratan Singh Sonal, Everester Commandant, served as the team’s leader.
A specialized Central Armed Police Force, the ITBP was established in 1962 and is stationed along the 3,488 km Indo-China border from the Karakoram in Ladakh to Jachep La in Arunachal Pradesh.
The force has made unique accomplishments in the sphere of adventure sports, particularly in mountain sports like mountaineering, skiing, river rafting, and others.

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