Jamui: Recently, there was a huge fanfare of KGF film across the country, in which the whole fight was about the capture of gold mine. In the film, actor Yash i.e. 'Rocky Bhai' captures the biggest gold mine and produces so much gold that everyone is shocked. Now, like KGF, preparations have started to extract gold from the country's largest gold mine in Jamui, Bihar. However, this work will not be done by any Rocky brother, but for the welfare of the people, the state government will do it.
For this, the Bihar government has approved the discovery of "country's largest" gold deposits in Jamui district. A senior officer has given this news on Saturday. According to the Geological Survey of India (GSI), Jamui district has about 222.88 million tonnes of gold reserves including 37.6 tonnes of mineral-rich ore. The Mines and Geology Department is in consultation with the investigating agencies including the GSI and the National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC) for the discovery of gold deposits in Jamui.
According to the agency's report, Additional Chief Secretary cum Mines Commissioner Harjot Kaur Bamhra said, "After analyzing the findings of the GSI, the consultation process started, which included the presence of gold in areas like Karmatia, Jhajha and Sono in Jamui district." signal was received." He said that the state government is likely to sign an agreement with a central agency or other agencies for G3 (preliminary) stage exploration within a month. The official said that G2 (normal) level searches can also be done in some areas.