Gold mine found in UP’s Sonbhadra district is 5 times that of India’s reserves
0 Comments

The Geological Survey of India (GSI) has discovered gold deposits estimated to be around 3,000 tonnes and worth Rs 12 lakh crore in Sonbhadra district of Uttar Pradesh, almost five times India’s current reserve of the yellow metal.

The gold deposits were found in Son Pahadi and Hardi areas here, district mining officer K K Rai said on Friday.

Gold mine found in UP’s Sonbhadra district is 5 times that of India’s reserves

Gold mines found in UP and it contains deposits worth 12 lakh crore

3k-tonne gold reserves found in UP’s Sonbhadra, here’s what it means for India



Around 3,000 tonne gold deposits discovered in UP’s Sonbhadra, five times India’s current reserves

Is it Ram’s Return Gift or Modi’s $5 Trillion Economy? Twitter Makes Fun After Gold Found in Sonbhadra

Gold find: 3000 tonnes of gold found in India’s Utter Pradesh

Author

mukeshathavale.manzi@gmail.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *