The Government of Jharkhand has now started preparing for the auction of Gold Reserves. This is expected to bring 120 crores to the treasury of the state government.
Jamshedpur 250 KG of Gold Reserves has been found in the inner city of East Singhbhum district. Geological Survey of India Deputy Director General of Geological Survey of India Janardan Prasad and Director Pankaj Kumar Singh has submitted a report to the State Mines Secretary Abubakar Siddiqui about finding gold reserves in the mine. It has been said in the report that 250 kg of gold is stored in the Bindari mine.
The Jharkhand government has now started preparing for the auction of this mine. This is expected to bring 120 crores to the treasury of the state government. The work of locating the gold reserves in Bindardari was going on under the direction of the philanthropist Pankaj Kumar Singh.
The quantity of gold of different quality has been detected in it. There is a possibility of 250 kg of gold coming out of gold ores of different varieties.
Signs of a gold mine at 7 more places in the state
The Geological Survey of India report states that Jharkhand is developing as a possibility of a state with gold spots in the country. Earlier, gold deposits have been unearthed in Lava, Kundarkocha, Pahardiha, and Paris. There are signs of a gold mine at seven more places in the state.
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In the coming days, the possibilities can be explored by furthering the search work at these places. The work of searching for gold mines between Ranchi and Tamar has been going on for many years. In many places, gold particles are also being filtered from the sand of the Swarnarekha river.