The campaign for the cleanliness of nine mountaineers of the marginal district has received a new identity in the high Himalayan region. On the recommendation of the Indian Mountaineering Foundation, their names have been recorded in World Records India.
These people, in 2017, handed over 71 bags of garbage to Bageshwar Palika under the Save Himalaya campaign on Baljuri Mountain (17 thousand ft) in Pindar valley of Kumaon.
They made the record by hoisting the flag
This (Intensive Climbers and Explorer) Institution is selected under the hygiene campaign in the Himalayas. Senior climber Purmal Singh Dharmshaktu, led by Vishwadev Pandey, the team left for the campaign.
Chanchal Prasad, Kashi Khatri, Rahul Bhatt, Bhuvan Choubey, Nanda, Deepika Toliya, along with mountaineer Manish Kasanial, made a record by hoisting the flag of India, Mountaineering Institute, ONGC, Ice and Red Cross on the Baljuri mountain range. State Representative of Indian Red Cross Committee Kundan Singh Toliya, the name of nine climbers, recorded in the World Record India, is the achievement of the marginal area.