Gold deposits found in Jammu, Baramulla
Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir government
Thursday said that gold deposits have been found in Akhnoor and Boniyar border belts of Jammu and Baramulla districts of the state.
"An exploration and investigation was carried by the
Department of Geology and Mining in 2011-12 in which Gold and
Zinc deposits have been found in Akhnoor border belt in Jammu district and Boniyar in Baramulla district", Minister for Industries and Commerce Surjeet Singh Salathia told the Legislative Assembly today.
Salathia, who was replying to the grants of his department in the house today, said besides this, iron ore
deposits has been found in Bhaderwah belt of Doda district and
Sopore belt of Barmalla district.
The minister further said that department has also
carried Geo-Technical Studies of Bridge site at Bikhar (Basholi) District Kathua and Geo-Technical Studies of Mughal
road from Shopian to Pirkigali.
The department has carried drilling of 369.20 m during
2011-12 in Jammu and 564.23 Meters in Kashmir valley and has
fixed a target of drilling of 1000 m for the year 2011-12 upto
March this year, he said.
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