Diamonds appear when rains, the precious diamonds hidden under the clay:
If it rains there are enough diamonds to grow in the soil. As the icicle drips, the precious diamonds hidden in the layers of clay come out. Along with the locals, people from neighboring districts and states also flock here in large numbers to hunt for diamonds. Beginning at dawn, they return to Podduge to continue their diamond hunt to test their luck. All this is not somewhere else, it is in the Kurnool district of AP
A precious diamond was found by a farmer on May 27 in the small village of Jonnagiri in the Thuggali zone of the Kurnool district. It is learned that the diamond was bought by a trader from Jonnegiri village for Rs 1crore 25 lakhs. However, the value of this diamond in the open market is estimated to be around Rs four crore.
Meanwhile, it seems that two other precious diamonds were found in the courtyard. A woman removing weeds in a papaya orchard found a diamond. The diamond was bought by a merchant for 70 thousand. Another woman, a farm laborer, found the diamond and sold it for Rs 40,000 to a trader in Aravali. Due to this, a large number of local farmers and people are hunting here.
Diamonds worth coats are being bought cheaply by traders there. Criticisms have been heard that the revenue officials and the police are looking into the discovery of such a large amount of diamonds, which is undermining the government’s revenue. Locals allege that traders are buying the most precious diamonds at a low rate and selling them at a high rate.
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