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China has made a big claim that the world’s highest mountain peak is now under its jurisdiction.

china claims its right on mount everest now.

China has made a big claim that the world's highest mountain peak is now under its jurisdiction.

China did not come out of its policy, now photographed the Mount Everest these big claims China has made a big hoax with its friend Nepal. Recently, China has made a big claim that the world’s highest mountain peak is now under its jurisdiction.
While the whole world is reeling under coronavirus infection, China is engaged in its expansion policy on the other. According to the latest report, China has claimed to be in China’s territory of Mount Everest, the world’s tallest mountain. He has also released a photograph of the violent clashes between India and China today. According to media reports, China has made a big hoax with its friend Nepal. Recently, China has made a big claim that the world’s highest mountain peak is now under its jurisdiction. China released a photo saying mount Everest falls in China’s territory.

China has made a big claim that the world's highest mountain peak is now under its jurisdiction.

China expansion policy: said mount Everest is now its jurisdiction.

The official TV channel has expressed the intention of China’s expansion policy. For information, China claimed mount Everest to be in the China-administered Tibet region last week. After this, protests against China have begun in Nepal. On the other hand, China’s official TV channel said that some pictures of Mount Everest had been published. In a tweet, the TV channel claimed that Mount Chomu would take a spectacular view of sunlight, also called Mount Everest. China has now been eyeing Mount Everest. On the other hand, experts say there was a treaty between China and Nepal in 1960. During this treaty, china has a part during the treaty, and the other is with Nepal. But China has a right to Tibet. In such a way, Tibet and then Nepal can capture Mount Everest by advancing its expansionist policy.