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Ban Imposed on Visit of Recently Discovered Cave Near Thatta

By: Kamran Khamiso Khowaja

Thatta : The district administration has imposed a ban on the visit of the recently discovered strange cave in Marru Jo Jabbal said to be of the stone age. The decision was taken by the district commissioner Thatta in light of the directions issued by the archeology department for the preservation of the historical site.
According to the report submitted by the archeology department, there were massive rocks and narrow tunnels inside the cave that could be hazardous for people visiting the cave and constant visits of people may strip the cave of its antiquity.
A police team has been deployed at the cave to prevent people from visiting the cave on the other hand former director archeology and member of the team of archaeologists Dr. Mohammad Ali Manjhi said that soon high-profile research would be launched to ascertain the historical background of the cave adding that this research would also be joined by geologists as the cave is also of geological importance as well.
He said they have submitted an initial report regarding the research conducted on Monday. “It’s a site of geological importance,” they said. He recommended a study of the site and said facts should be collected about the cave’s life to establish its historical value”, he said 

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