In Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir, a mega reserves of lithium metal has been discovered by India.
The Ministry of Mines from India, announced about the discovery of Lithium a soft, silvery-white non-ferrous metal that is a key component in batteries
“Geological Survey of India for the first time established lithium inferred resources (G3) of 5.9 million tonnes in the Salal-Haimana area of the Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir,” the resources confirmed.
Right now India is dependent on an imports of lithium as it’s promoting the usage of electric vehicles that run on batteries in order to reduce carbon emission.
To achieve its EV goals, the lithium discovery in occupied region would be utilized by the India.