On Friday last week , 13 people were killed and three other Sherpas are still missing after they were swept away by an avalanche in the deadliest incident in mountain elevations of 8848 meters.
Since the incident , the Sherpas requested that suspended climbing to honor their colleagues who were killed .
They also threatened to cancel all plans except the climbing begin this month revised the Nepal government insurance limits and designing a welfare fund sherpas .
Ed Marzac ( 67 ) , a retired lawyer who plans to become a U.S. citizen oldest to climb Everest , said he decided to cancel his plans after losing one of his guide .
Marzec said , the atmosphere between the climber and the guides are very rigid , even during a ceremony held in memory of the dead .
" The condition is getting worse and many young climbers who tried to convince the people to force the Sherpas in order not to cancel the climb , " Marzec said .
Meanwhile , the Sherpas gave a deadline to the government until next Monday to meet their demands .
They demanded the government to pay compensation of U.S. $ 10,000 to the families of the Sherpas who were killed , injured and no longer able to work due to the landslide incident .
The Sherpa also asked the government to pay the medical expenses of their colleagues were injured and are still lying in the hospital .
In one climbing season , a sherpa earning between 3000-6000 dollars . However , in the event of an accident , the amount of insurance money they get is very small .
More than 300 people were killed , mostly Sherpas , since the peak was first conquered Everest , Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay in 1953 .
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The relationship between the Sherpas and climbers especially from Western countries of Europe had worsened since three people got into a fight with a group of Sherpas last year .