Visitors to the J-K Pavilion at the India International Trade Fair are drawn mostly by Jammu Sapphire.

Chief Secretary Arun K Mehta proposed to design a unique display of Jammu Sapphire from the Padder mines of Kishtwar this year . The gem has become a star attraction for visitors to the J-K Pavilion .

New Delhi, November 24: According to a press release from the Jammu and Kashmir Minerals Corporation, Chief Secretary Arun K Mehta proposed to design a unique display of Jammu Sapphire from the Padder mines of Kishtwar this year, which has become a star attraction for visitors to the J-K Pavilion, which has been crowded with people every day, as a result of the mining department's information and public relations team.The mining secretary's formal visit to the stall was held on November 14, and he met with the visitors who appreciated the live display of Sapphire, according to a press release.During the upcoming IITF, the J-K Minerals Corporation is also working hard to market and market the Jammu Sapphire, the rare gem of the Jammu division, soon.Besides, efforts are being made towards GI tagging this precious gem, according to the press release.

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