New Delhi: What are being called 'Human Safaris' and India's shame, two more videos have surfaced showing members of the protected Jarawa tribe being made to dance before tourists in exchange for food.
What's even more disturbing is that men in uniform are clearly seen in the video, they can be heard speaking Hindi and ordering the tribals to perform.
Britain's Observer newspaper which accessed both videos said it raised questions about the complicity of officers who are supposed to be protecting the tribe.
The date of when these were shot is not known. Island authorities had denied the incident when a video shot by a tourist in 2004 surfaced.
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