Jump to navigation. There might be various forms of safaris to promote tourism, but a video released by two leading British newspapers has now exposed a "human safari" being promoted by the tour operators in Andaman and Nicobar islands. The shocking footage -- released by The Observer and The Guardian -- shows semi-nude women of Jarawa tribe being made to dance for tourists. Moreover, the tourists are seen throwing food and money to these tribal people during a trip organised by the operators in connivance with the local authorities.
By Jane Fryer for the Daily Mail.
NEW DELHI — India on Thursday said it was trying to track down those responsible for a video of naked tribal women dancing for tourists in the Andaman islands, where filming of aborigines is banned. British newspaper The Observer on the weekend released the undated video showing Jarawa tribal women being lured with food to dance and sing for visitors to the Andamans, which are Indian territory. Chidambaram said, after rights campaigners and politicians expressed outrage over the footage. He said analysis suggested the video was taken about three or four years ago.
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