They were part of a 10-member Indian tribal students expedition selected under the 'Mission Shaurya' initiative of the Maharashtra Tribal Development Department and the Chandrapur Collectorate to scale the world's highest mountain.
Kavidas and Umakant touched the summit around 3.25 a.m. and Manisha and Parmesh followed an hour later. All four are expected to return to the base camp later Wednesday evening.
Team members Indu Kannake and Vikas Soyam will make an attempt to scale Mt Everest from Thursday onwards. Akshay Atram and Vikas Soyam, will attempt the feat later, depending on weather conditions and their fitness levels.
Congratulating them, Mungantiwar termed it "historic achievement" that has brought fame to Chandrapur district.
The team also included manager-cum-trainer Vimla Negi-Devaskar, a high-altitude expert doctor, support staff and 15 Sherpas.
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