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India deck prohibit the access to the Sentinel of the North after the disappearance of the missionary

India is studying close to cal and singing the island Sentinel of the North (in the archipelago of Andaman and Nicobar in the east of the country), where the la

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India deck prohibit the access to the Sentinel of the North after the disappearance of the missionary

India is studying close to cal and singing the island Sentinel of the North (in the archipelago of Andaman and Nicobar in the east of the country), where the last week disappeared the american, John Allen Chau, 26, when attempting to evangelize a tribe protected. The laws of the restricted areas, banning all access to certain areas in India without special permission, they could re-enter in force in this island of 72 square meters where supposedly lies the lifeless body of Chau. The u.s. was attacked by the local tribe after his repeated attempts to contact them with the intention of evangelizing their members. According to collected local media, the Ministry of the Interior began to consider the option of total closure after receiving the report of the killing of the Administration of Andaman and Nicobar.

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In August, India raised the permission of restricted areas to visit 29 of the 300 islands ─including Sentinel of the North-that make up the archipelago located in the middle of the sea that bathes the coasts of India, Myanmar and Thailand. However, the legislation still obliges any tourist to ask permission of the Forest Department and the Administration of the archipelago to enter the Sentinel of the North, and it is an area protected by the two laws of independent and complementary: the Law of Protection of Aborigines 1869, and the Forest Act of 1929. The fatal outcome, as a result of the misinterpretation of the decision of the indian Government, has brought this to rethink the possibility to restore the total ban on access to island and other islets protected in the archipelago.

According to the investigation of police, the american missionary was helped by an engineer on-premises and service provider of water sports, plus five sailors, who paid 313 euros to bring him to the edge of the island where, according to the statement of some fishermen, the tribe buried the body of Chau on sarışın porno the beach after attacking him with arrows. That helped Chau have been arrested.

After several failed attempts to rescue the remains of the missionary in the last week, it is expected that a delegation of the National Commission for the scheduled Tribes (NCST, for its acronym in English), to move to the archipelago the next 4 December to assess the situation and decide whether or not to continue with the rescue mission of the body of the american. This agency oversees the aboriginal communities of the country, 8.6% of the population, whose marginalization and discrimination is a source of social tension despite having special rights reflected in the Constitution of India.

In connection with the offence to penetrate a forbidden area, putting in danger the integrity of a tribe that has lived secluded tens of thousands of years, the local environment, The Hindu reports that the Ministry of the Interior confirms the registration of up to 44 recent violations of the rules and regulations in the archipelago of Andaman and Nicobar by foreigners. The same high ministry official has insisted that the island Sentinel of the North is a forbidden zone and that Chau entered the area illegally.

The Government's stance reaffirms what is repeated by the local authorities. The director general of police of Andaman and Nicobar, Dependra Pathak, justified the temporary suspension of the investigation on the basis of the fulfillment of the law: “The police maintain a delicate balance between continuing with the research and respect the law that prohibits outsiders all contact with the sentineleses”. However, the missionary group that trained Chau before flying to India is convinced that he did not commit any offence since India changed the law last summer. This, supposedly, would have led the young american to fulfill their obsessive mission to enter the island to evangelize the tribe.

The incident last week has led not only to a complicated situation, diplomatic, with the remains of a u.s. citizen in whereabouts unknown, but has placed in evidence the fragility of the maritime control by the local authorities, in addition to enlivening the debate on the protection of the indigenous communities outside and within the borders of India.

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