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Double amputee Everest climber Budha Magar honored in Kathmandu

30 May 2023  

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KATHMANDU: CPN-Maoist Center has honored Everest climber Hari Budha Magar.

Budha Magar, aged 43, made history on May 19 by successfully reaching the summit of the world’s tallest mountain, becoming the first person with double above-the-knee amputations to achieve this remarkable feat.

During a special ceremony held at the party’s central office in Parisdanda, Vice-Chair Krishna Bahadur Mahara honored Budha Magar, a former Gurkha army soldier.

In addition to honoring his accomplishment, the CPN-Maoist Center expressed support for Budha Magar’s upcoming endeavor: a “world peace campaign.” Vice-Chair Mahara pledged the party’s full assistance in furthering this noble cause.

Budha Magar’s inspiring journey serves as a testament to the power of determination and resilience, inspiring individuals worldwide to overcome challenges and strive for greatness.

Publish Date : 30 May 2023 21:49 PM

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