The carbon dating test revealed that the products of Adichanallur excavations belonged to the preceding the birth of Christ.
Kamaraj from Madurai file PIL at Chennai High Court Madurai branch, to re-initiate the archaeological excavation in Thoothukudi Adichanallur.
The Judges of the High Court Bench Justice Kirubakaran and SS Sundar said, “the central government does not show interest in filing the report even after 16 years of Adichanallur excavation completed”.
Yesterday (April 4) the case was again heard.
‘Two items in Adichanallur excavations were sent to the research center in the state of Florida, USA.
At the end of the research conducted in the ‘Carbon dating’ method, the age of the object was 905 BCE, and another one was 791 BCE,’ said the Attorney to appear on behalf of the Central Archaeological Department.
Following this, the Attorney requested more time to file a detailed report on the report.
The judges who heard the arguments over the case, said that the most ancient language of the world is Tamil
“Will there be second phase of excavation in Adichanallur with this carbon dating system?
Is Central Government and State Government doing excavation work?” Questions were raised by the judges.