ITANAGAR, May 17 - Arunachal Pradesh Governor PB Acharya and Chief Minister Pema Khandu today profusely congratulated mountaineer Anshu Jamsenpa on her stupendous feat of successfully climbing the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest, for the fourth time.
Jamsenpa, mother of two children, conquered the Mount Everest for the fourth time and unfurled the Indian Tri-colour and an Arunachal logo atop the world on Tuesday at 9 am, becoming the first Indian woman to achieve the feat.
Congratulating Jamsenpa for her mountaineering feat, the Governor said that she is the woman icon of the North East. Her achievement will always be looked upon as a path breaking endeavour, which truly depicts the potential of our brave and energetic youths of the region, he said.
My heartiest congratulations to our proud daughter of Arunachal. I wish you all success in your future endeavours and may you keep making our nation proud,” Khandu said in his congratulatory message.
The mountaineer from West Kameng district had earlier scaled Mount Everest thrice. She conquered the world’s highest peak twice in 10 days between May 12 and 21, 2011. She made her third successful summit on May 18, 2013.