The minister also urged the government to review the laws which has not been updated since long time. Expressing his disappointment over the government's inaction about the laws allocated to protect the tribals from the urban people, the minister said, "As far as my personal view is concerned it will be unfair to leave them like that in a beastly condition forever."
However, Mr Kishore Chandra Deo, also claimed, "At the same time I would add that I am certainly not one who would like to expose them to shopping mall and junk culture."
Mr Deo's statement came after following the controversial Jarawa naked women dance video. Here it can be recalled that Andaman and Nicobar police on Thursday, Jan 19 arrested two persons over the issue.
The two arrested men have been accused of taking money to arrange a visit to the protected land for Jarawas and video recording of the primitive and protected tribe in the island.