MINING PLAN WITH BAJRI (MINOR MINERAL) MINE

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1 MINING PLAN WITH PROGRESSIVE MINE CLOSURE PLAN (Submitted Under Rule(s) 37B, 37 E(6), 37G of Rajasthan Minor Mineral Concession (2 nd Amendment) Rules 2012) OF BAJRI (MINOR MINERAL) MINE Mr. MANJEET CHAWLA VILLAGE(s) KHEDLI KHALSA, GHATA JHARANYA, DOWDA KHURD, SURANG, DHUNDA, DUBBIBIND RAKKHA, JADAWATA, KHATKHURD, KHATKALAN, PDHANA, KIRPURA/ ODWADA, NIWADI TEHSIL & DISTRICT SAWAI MADHOPUR (RAJASTHAN) LEASE AREA Hectares LEASE PERIOD FROM 5 YEARS FROM LESSEE Mr. MANJEET CHAWLA S/o SHRI AMARJEET SINGH CHAWLA R/o G, 201, PREET VIHAR, NEW DELHI PREPARED BY UMESH DATT SHARMA REGISTRATION NO. RQP/AJM/277/2005-A (VALID UPTO 2015) M/s ENKAY ENVIRO SERVICES PVT. LTD. CORPORATE OFFICE: L-G-6, LOWER GROUND FLOOR, CORPORATE PARK, GOPAL BARI, AJMER ROAD, JAIPUR Phone: , , Fax No.: web site: - 1

2 INTRODUCTION Letter of Intent has been issued by the Joint Secretary Administration, Govt. of Rajasthan to Mr. Manjeet Chawla vide letter no P.6(3) Khan/ Gr. 2/ 2013, Jaipur dated 5 th March 2013 for Removal of Bajri (Minor Mineral) from Gair mumkin Nadi, Nallah and Khasara areas (excluding prohibited areas) in revenue villages of Tehsil &District Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan. Mining Lease is ha (Excluding prohibited area) (Annexure I). Validity period is 5 years. River area spreads in 12 villages of Sawai Madhopur tehsil as per details given by Assistant Mining Engineer, DMG, Tonk (Raj.) (Annexure II). Mr. Manjeet Chawla S/o Shri Amarjeet Singh Chawla is an individual and resident of G, 201, Preet Vihar, New Delhi. * * * 2

3 1. General information about lessee/ Licencee a) Name & address of the lessee Mr. Manjeet Chawla S/o Shri Amarjeet Chawla R/o G, 201, Preet Vihar New Delhi. b) Status of the applicant Mr. Manjeet Chawla is private individual, intrested in mining activity. c) Name & Address of the RQP preparing the mining plan Umesh Datt Sharma (RQP/AJM/277/2005-A valid up to 2015 (Annexure-III). 56, Doctor Colony, DCM Ajmer Road, Jaipur (Rajasthan) Phone Mobile

4 2.0 Details of the Mining Lease a) ML No. S. No. Mining Lease of Bajri (Minor Mineral) in an area of ha (Excluding prohibited area) is located in Tehsil- Sawai Madhopur. Details of the Khasara number and villages are given below: Table 1: Lease Area (Ha.) Village Khasara No. Area (Ha.) Grazing Land falling in River Area (Ha.) 1 Khedli Khalsa Ghata Jharanya 1, 2 & Dowda Khurd 1 & Surang Dhunda Dubbibind Rakkha 1,271,272,750,654 & Jadawata 1, 2, 4 & Khatkhurd 1 & Khatkalan 1,32,37,38 & Padhana Kirpura/ Odwada 440 & Niwadi 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & Total List enclosed as Annexure II. b) Name of Mineral Bajri (minor mineral) is occurring in the lease area. c) Description report of the mining lease/ quarry license with plan (enclose copy of sanction order/ lease deed/ license) Based on the letter (Annexure-II) issued by Assistant Mining Engineer, Tonk and the Khasra map submitted by the applicant, survey of the area was carried out and demarcated along the course of the river Banas which flows from West side to East side. Workings will be restricted within the lease area. Mining activities will be carried out in a manner so that there is no obstruction to the movement of water flow, if any, during rainy season. Lease area extends from village Khedli Khalsa on West side to Niwadi on East side. Total length of the allotted area (Inclusive of prohibited area) is km. Effective length of the lease area, where mining activities will be carried out is 17.8 km. However, there is 15.0 km length of grazing land, where no activity will be carried out in the lease area. Copy of Letter of Intent issued is enclosed as Annexure I.

5 d) Key plan of the area Key plan is enclosed as Plate 01. e) Location map of the mining lease showing the details of the approach roads up to the mine Proposed lease area can be approached both from Sawai Madhopur on South side of the river and Malarna on North side of the river. Distance of proposed lease area from Sawai Madhopur side is approximately 16.0 km. Various link roads on the river course stretch, merges with the tar road which connects Sawai Madhopur and Lalsot. North part of the lease area towards Malarna side can be approached by a road almost parallel to railway line which connects Sawai Madhopur and Malarna. Lease extends upto village Niwadi. Lease area is shown on the Key Plan. It forms a part of G. T. Sheet No s 54B/7, 54B/8, 54B/11 & 54B/12. Toposheet is enclosed as Plate 02. Area is located between following Latitude and Longitudes: Latitude N to N Longitude E to E f) Details of the mining lease Near villages - Khedli Khalsa, Ghata Jharanya, Dowda Khurd, Surang, Dhunda, Dubbibind Rakkha, Jadawata, Khatkhurd, Khatkalan, Padhana, Kirpura/ Odwada, Niwadi Tehsil - Sawai Madhopur District - Sawai Madhopur State - Rajasthan Khasra Number - List of villages and khasra numbers of the lease area as given by Asst. Mining Engineer, DMG, Tonk (Rajasthan) is enclosed as Annexure II. Status of land - Gair mumkin nadi, nallah. Area hectare (Excluding prohibited area) Period - Validity period is 5 year as per letter no. P.6(3) Khan/ Gr. 2/ 2013, Jaipur dated 5 th March g) Superimposed map of Proposed area on revenue map, duly attested by the concerned Tehsildar/ SDO Surveyed map of the proposed river area superimposed with the villages (Khasara no and area as provided by lessee) is enclosed as Plate 03. 5

6 h) Infrastructure facilities: Nearest railway station Police station Post office Medical facilities Electricity Education facilities Mode of transportation of mineral River/ canal/ port Malarna 3.25 km N of the lease. Malarna Dungar 7.0 km N of the lease. Malarna Dungar 7.0 km N of the lease. Malarna Dungar 7.0 km N of the lease. JVVNL electrical supply is available in all nearby villages. Govt. Secondary School at Dubbi and Govt. Middle School at Jarawata respectively at 1.25 km and 1.0 km - S of the lease. Mineral Bajri will be transported by hired trucks. Loaded trucks will travel on Kuccha road made for plying of trucks. No s of such temporary road will provide access to the river bed and the movement of loaded trucks. As the lease area stretches in a length of around km, working will be carried out in number of blocks called as Peda in local language. Each Peda has its outlet meeting the tar road on Sawai Madhopur side area from where the mineral is sent to various destinations. Similarly, mineral will be transported on the other side of the river by hired trucks through approach roads towards Lalsot/ Gangapur city side on the North side and finally merging with tar roads for final destinations. None within the lease area. 3.1 No. of Existing Mining Pits, their dimesnsion and locations Mineral Bajri is the critical component in construction activities. Presently the mineral is permited to be removed by DMG department. Royalty and other dues are collected by Government authoritised collection agents at various outlets called Naka s. Activities are confined at various locations along the river course. Bajri from tehsil Sawai Madhopur is transported from the road network on the both sides, viz., Sawaimadhopur and Malarna ultimately to various destinations. Area is divided in blocks around 3 numbers. Surface map is enclosed as Plate 04. 6

7 3.2 Physiography and Drainage Lease area is gently dipping towards East side indicating the flow direction of river. Highest elevation is MSL and lowest elevation is MSL. The district has a dry climate except during short rainy season. The winter extends from December to March and summer from March end to June third week, followed by rainy season which lasts upto third week of September. The normal actual rainfall in the district is mm. On an average, there are 35 rainy days in a year. The mean maximum temperature is about 40 C and the mean minimum temperature is about 3 C (Source: India Water Portal). Toposheet is enclosed as Plate Geology of the Area Regional Geology Sawai Madhopur terrain is mostly formed by pre-cambrian metamorphic, igneous and sedimentary rocks belonging to Pre-Aravalli & Vindhyanas. Pre Aravalli rock units comprising quartzite, mica, schist, gneiss and migmatite cover the north western part of the district between Lalsot and west of Bayana. The rocks of Vindhyan Super Group are represented by Rewa, Kaimur, Sand and Satola Group in increasing order of antiquity. These rocks occupy the eastern part of the district and are separated from the older rocks by a major reverse fault, The Great Boundary Fault. A major part of the district is occupied by the thick alluvium related to the various river systems. The geological succession of the district is given:- Table 2: Geological Succession Recent Alluvium VINDHYAN Bhander Group Upper Bhander (Maihar) Sandstone SUPERGROUP a- Sirbu Shale b Limestone Lower Bhander (Bundi Hill) Sandstone Samria Shale Lakheri Limestone Ganugarh Shale Rewa Group Upper Rewa (Govindgarh) Sandstone Jhiri Shale Lower Rewa (Indergarh) Sandstone Panna Shale Kaimur Group Kaimur Sandstone Sand Group Tirohan Breccia Satola Group Tirohan Limestone Sandstone with grit and Conglomerate Delhi Super Group Intrusive Alwar Group Granite Quartzite with Schist Bhilwara Super Intrusive Dolerite Group Ranthambore Group Mandalgarh Quartzite with shale and slate Hindoli Group a Bhadesar shale, slate and phyllite b - Quarzite Mangalwar Complex Quartzite and schist Source: Memoirs and Records of Geological Survey of India 7

8 3.2.2 LOCAL GEOLOGY Soil/ alluvium varying in thickness from 3.0 to 8.0 m constitute the top horizons in the area suitable for agriculture. Banas river meanders through the area exposing the alluvium and soil at the banks. Hard rock is exposed at places along the banks in the lease area. Bajri is found in the river bed. This bed is presently dry and flows only during the rainy season. Geological map and section is enclosed as Plate 05 (A) & 05(B). In Sawai Madhopur district Bajri is obtained from river dry river bed of Banas. 3.3 RESERVE METHOD OF ESTIMATION OF RESERVE For the systematic estimation and operation river stretch of 12 villages has been divided into four (3) numbers of blocks, as per the details given below: Total blocks = 3 Total area = ha (Excluding prohibited area) BLOCK - A S. No. Block Name Area (Ha.) 1 Khedli Khalsa Ghata Jharanya Dowda Khurd Total Table 3: Block Details BLOCK - C S. No. Block Name Area (Ha.) 1 Pdhana Kirpura/ Odwada BLOCK - B S. No. Block Name Area (Ha.) Total Total Area of Blocks A + B + C = hectare. 1 Surang Dhunda Dubbibind Rakkha Khatkalan 42.3 Total PROVED RESERVES a) Survey was conducted of the river bed as per the area allocated in different villages, vide list given by AME, DMG, Tonk. This is the basic document provided by the authorities. Khasra plan was provided by the applicant. Sections were drawn at 200 m intervals 8

9 along the course of the river. Details are given in the section plan, enclosed as Plate 05 (A) & 05(B). b) As per Rule 18 of Rules, 2012 of RMMCR, 1986 clause 32 stipulates In case of mining lease of mineral Bajri, the lessee/ lessees shall abstain from mining beyond depth of 3.0 m from the surface and below the water in such a manner that natural path of river/ nallah is not altered. c) Further as per notification no. F-14(1) Mines/ Gr11/ 2012 dated 21 June, 2012 from Dy. Secretary to Government of Rajasthan clause 3 No person shall excavate Bajri beyond the depth of 3.0 m from the surface below the water level of river/ nallah and within 45 m of any rail/ road bridge. d) A road bridge exists on the Banas river near Dubbibind Rakkha which connects the South side with North side. It also provides way for transportation of Mineral also. In addition, 45.0 m safety zone on upstream side and 45.0 m on downstream side has been provided as a measure of safeguard. No workings will be extended in this zone. e) In addition a road exists in the lease area providing access from North side to South side of the river. A safety zone of 45 m on each side of roads will also be earmarked. In this zone no activities will be conducted. f) Working area as per Khasra no s is confined in Tehsil Sawai Madhopur only. A barrier of 7.5 m width will be left from the lease limits if falling in the river bed. g) 7.5 m offset will also be left against the banks to protect side collapse/scouring and riparian vegetation. h) River is not having any water flow during post monsoon period and sand bed remains dry. i) Mineral reserves are calculated up to 3 m depth from river bed surface RL. j) A safety zone of 45.0 m radius is being earmarked for the wells located in the river bed. Total 6 no s of wells are located in the river bed supplying water to nearby villages. k) All reserves are proved reserves. Details are given as below. SECTIONS Survey was conducted of the entire patch and sections were drawn at 200 m intervals. This has been considered as influence length for the sections. Detailed calculations, location of sections, sectional area with 3.0 m depth of excavation from surface river bed for the allotted lease area has been carried out. Total reserves/ quantity thus calculated are given below: 9

10 Table 4: Section Details CHAINAGE X-SECTION AREA SQUARE METERS AV. X-SECTION AREA LENGTH QUANTITY IN CUM SQUARE METERS

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12 Total A) PROVED RESERVES AS PER UNFC CODE (111) Total Reserves = 2,48,92,500 m 3 B) BLOCKED RESERVES AS PER UNFC CODE (211 & 222) a) Safety zone for bridge = 3,91,500 m 3 b) Roads (1 nos) = 2,01,150 m 3 c) Wells (6 nos) = 4,57,200 m 3 d) Offset against bank and lease boundary (7.5 m) = 8,01,000 m 3 TOTAL BLOCKED RESERVES = 18,50,850 m 3 e) MINEABLE RESERVES = A B = 2,48,92,500 18,50,850 = 230,41,650 cu.m = MM 3 C) TARGETED PRODUCTION During the 5 year period of lease total extraction is = 7.80 MM 3 D) Balance reserves will be = = MM 3 12

13 Year 4.0 Details of Production & Dispatches of Five Years Block - A This is a new lease area being allotted to the applicant. Future production programme has been planned as per the details given below: Production Programme Proposed lease will be allotted for a period of 5 years only. Proposed lease consist of ha area in 12 villages (Khasara) in a stretch of km. It is proposed to work in 3 blocks as per the details given earlier. Production programme is 8000 trips/ day. Working days have been taken as 280 days per annum.which can be increased depending on the conditions prevailing at the time of execution. Projected Production Per Year = 280 x 8000 = 22,40,000 Tons Specific Density = 1.40 ton/ cu.m Volumetric Production = 1.60 MM 3 MTPA MM 3 Block - B = 2.24 MMTA Table 5: Five Years Proposed Production Details MTPA MM 3 Block - C MMTA MTPA MM 3 Total MTPA MM 3 I II III IV V Total Table 6: Five Years Block wise extraction Area Details are as given below:- HECTARE S. No. Year Block - A Block - B Block - C Total 1. I II III IV V Total Length of lease area (Km)

14 Table 7: Width of Strips/ Slices (Meters) Year Block - A Block - B Block C I II III IV V Total Physical and Geological Characteristics of the Deposit Deposit is moderate to good quality Bajri. It is widely used in construction, buildings, bridges and other infrastructure. It is free from clay and non sticky in nature. 6.0 Details of Mining Machinery Deployed or to be Deployed and the detail specifications This is a new mining lease. Following equipments are proposed to be deployed for the desired production. Table 8: List of Machinery S. No. Name of machinery Capacity Nos. 1 Excavators 0.9 to 1.2 m Tippers/ Trucks 20 tons - 3 Water Tanker 4000 liters 2 4 Payloader JCB Light vehicles Method of Mining Proposed river bed mining is for extracting sand from Banas river bed. As per RMMC Rules, 1986 extraction is limited to 3.0 m depth only from the surface area. River bed is dry. Lease area allotted is ha in tehsil & district Sawai Madhopur. However, there are intervening patches of land falling in the river bed and reserved as grazing land as per the description list supplied by Assistant Mining Engineer, DMG Department, Tonk. Total length of the area as per the description report stretches in the length of km. However, two patches each of 4.8 km and 10.2 km length (total 15.0 km) have been earmarked as grazing land, prohibited for mining activity. No mining activity will be carried out in these prohibited areas, enclosed as Annexure I. Effective length of lease area for wining of mineral is km. The area is further divided in three blocks for ease of operation as the lease area is not in one stretch. Total 14

15 production envisaged is 8,000 TPD. Activities will be carried out as per the production schedule given earlier. These blocks will be working as self sustained units with all facilities like site office, rest shelter, first aid and drinking water etc. All these blocks will be connected suitably with communication system. Light weight excavators will be deployed for extraction. Mineral will be removed in 3.0 m layer only forming one bench. This is as per the digging depth of the equipments. Mineral will be loaded in trucks of 20 tons capacity. There will be no OB/waste generation as the bajri is exposed in the river bed. Bench will advance parallel to the banks of the river. Height of bench will be 3.0 m. Width of the bench will be around 20.0 m. Workings will be restricted within the lease area/ khasras as per the description report. Mining activities will be carried out in a manner so that there is no obstruction to the movement of water flow, if any, during rainy season. The bench will be in the form of slices/ strips parallel to the banks of the river. Roads in the lease area for the movement of loaded trippers/ trucks will not have slopes more than 1 in 20. However, movement of trucks after mineral loading will be towards both sides through approach roads connecting to tar roads. Every block will have its own approach roads, well connected to main highways. 7.1 Proposed year wise development for five years Bajri lease is proposed to be granted for a period of five years only. Calendar plan has already been made and details have been given. Sequence of operation has been depicted in Plate No 06 (A) & 06 (B). Ultimate limit will be 3.0 m below surface RL as indicated in the working section. 7.2 Proposed rate of production when the mine is fully developed Year wise production during the plan period will be as follows: S. No. Table 9: Proposed Production Targeted Production Targeted Production (in MMTA) (in MM 3 ) OB/ Waste (M 3 ) Total Conversion factor is 1.4 ton/ m 3 15

16 7.3 Mineable reserves and anticipated life of the mine Lease period is of 5 years only as per RMMCR (Amendment) 1986 after extraction of targeted production appreciable quantity of mineral will be available for future. During rainy season there is some replenishment of the mineral, which helps in sustaining the production. Estimated Minable reserves up to 3.0 m available are = MM 3 Anticipated production during lease period will be = 7.80 MM Proposed method of mining Mining activity will be carried out by open cast semi-mechanized method. Light weight excavators will be used for loading of mineral in tippers. No OB/ waste material will be produced. No drilling/ blasting is required as the material is loose in nature. Proper benching of not more than 3.0 m height will be maintained. Roads will be properly made and sprayed for suppression of dust. Roads in the lease area for the movement of loaded trippers/ trucks will not have slopes more than 1 in 20. Total extent of lease is km including prohibited area. Extraction activities will start in the blocks from the upstream side to downstream side. This will not obstruct the movement of water, if any, during monsoon period in the river course. Approach roads from the various blocks as already described earlier will be merging with permanent tar roads on both sides of the river for transportation of the mineral to final destinations. 7.5 Conceptual Mining Plan Mine lease area will be worked in blocks for ease of operation. However, as the digging depth will be restricted to 3.0 m only, material will still be available below. This will be further replenished to some extends during rainy season. Blocks will be worked systematically as the width is limited while length is much more. Sequence of working has been shown on Plate no 06 (A) & 06(B) of working plan and sections. As the lease period is only 5 years, some of the area will be left un-worked at the end of lease period. 16

17 (i) Final Slope Angle To Be Adopted Thickness of the bench is limited to 3.0 m only and width is 20.0 m. River bank side will be protected by 7.5 m offset. Bank side natural slope will not be disturbed. This will prevent collapse of bank and erosion. However, the height of the bank with respect to river bed is varying from 4.0 to 6.0 m only. (ii) During plan period workings will be carried out in the blocks of the lease area simultaneously. Scattered workings will ensure safety, remove congestion of vehicles and will have better control and management. (iii) Ultimate Capacity Of Dumps There will be no OB removal and waste generation during the plan period. No dumping area is needed. No outside material will be filled up in the extracted zone. a) Landuse Pattern of Mining Lease Area at Various Stages Land use pattern will be as follows: S. No. Table 10: Land Use Pattern of Mining Lease area at Various Phases Particulars Present At the End At the end of 5 th land use of 3 rd Year year (ha.) (ha.) (ha.) 1. Pit area Dump area Safety Road (1 no.) zone Bridge (1 no.) Wells (6 no.) Infrastructure (Office, Temp shelter etc) 5. Mineral Storage Plantation Un-worked Total Blasting Bajri extraction will not require any drilling, blasting activities. 7.7 Mines Drainage General topography has the slopes towards the river both on North and South side. Area is generally flat in nature. River flows from West to East side i.e., Tonk to Sawai Madhopur side. Highest elevation on the banks of river at the beginning of the lease area is MSL and lowest is MSL at the end of lease area. RL details along the river course are as given below: 17

18 Table 11: RL Details of River Bed S. No. Distance (Km) Bank RL (m) Bed RL (m) There is no flow of water in the river bed in post monsoon period.area is having 622 mm rainfall in a year. During rainy season, catchment water flows in the river. During dry period the Bajri is excavated which gets replenished to some extent during this period. There will be no intersection of water table as working will be carried out upto 3.0 m depth only from surface of river bed while the water level is 8.0 m below the surface of river bed. Some wells are located in the river bed feeding water to nearby villages. These wells will be protected. No excavation will be extended within 45.0 m of these wells. 8.0 Year wise annual programme of mining for next 5 years Bajri mineral is targeted for 8,000 tons per day i.e MMT per annum (maximum). As the lease period will be only 5 years, extraction is planned for 5 years duration only. Production programme is given below: Table 12: Production Programme S. No. Targeted Production (in MMTA) Targeted Production (in MM 3 ) OB/ Waste (M 3 ) Total Details of Employment Man power will be about 76 persons as per the details given below: 18

19 Table 13: Employment Details S. No. Category Numbers 1 Manager I st Class 1 2 Safety Officer/ Assistants 3 3 Technical supervisor personnel 6 4 Skilled personnel 15 5 Semi-skilled personnel 15 6 Un-skilled personnel 36 Total 76 ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN 10.0 Measures taken and to be taken for Land Restoration, Reclamation and Plantation in/ or nearby Lease Area Envisaged mining operation will be carried out in the Banas river bed spreading in ha area. This will be dry bed mining as there is no flow of water in the bed except during rainy season when the activities will be stopped. Besides resource extraction, following activities will be kept in view: a) Protection and restoration of ecological system b) Prevent damages to the river regime c) Protect riverine configuration such as bank erosion, change of water course gradient, flow regime etc. d) Prevent contamination of ground water Safeguard Measures While carrying out mining activity following measures will be taken: Mining activities will be carried out only in dry bed. No in stream mining will be practiced. An offset of 7.5 m from the banks will be kept. This is to protect the bank erosion and river migration. Mineral Bajri from river will be restricted to a maximum depth of 3.0 m from the bed surface or up to water level whichever is earlier. As the lease area is quite large and long in length, systematic extraction will be carried out to prevent seasonal scouring and enhanced erosion. Extraction will be carried out in a manner that there is no obstruction to flow of water, if any, during rainy season. 19

20 Simultaneously m radius around the well located in the river bed will not have any mining activity. Mining on the concave side of the river channel should be avoided to prevent bank erosion. Similarly meandering segment of river will be selected to prevent natural eroding banks and to promote mining on natural building (aggrading) meanders component Reclamation of Mined Out Area There is no generation of OB/ waste material. No backfilling has been proposed in the excavated zone. River to some extent will be replenished by sediments during rainy season. Greenbelt The lease area is in the river bed and devoid of any vegetation. Mining activities will not cause any harm to riparian vegetation cover as the working will not extend beyond the 7.5 m offset left against the banks in the river. Land on both sides is the private agriculture land. Link road from the active zone pass through the areas. It is proposed to have plantation on both sides of the roads as greenbelt to provide cover against dust dissemination. Plantation will also be carried out as social forestry programme in villages, school and the areas allocated by the Panchayat/ State authorities. Native plants like Neem, Pipal, Khejri, Mango and other local species will be planted. A suitable combination of trees that can grow fast and also have good leaf cover shall be adopted to develop the greenbelt. It is proposed to plant 9,100 no s of native species along with some fruit bearing and medicinal trees during the plan period. Table 14: Greenbelt Programme Year No. of Saplings Survival Rate (80%) Species I Neem, Peepal, II Mango, Shisham, III Sirish, Ardu, IV Babool, V Gulmohar and Total 9, Khejri. Place of Plantation Along the roads, in schools and public building and other social forestry programme Measures taken and to be taken for Protection of Environment in and around Mining Lease Area Dry bed mining will be carried out only. Mining activities will be confined to 3.0 m depth from surface level of river bed. 20

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