I once posted a story about the Jarawas people of the Andaman isles as a Yabberz topic, explaining that I had never heard of these endangered people.
As I understand the Jarawas are a tribe within the tribe of the Sentinelese. Their story is very interesting, almost unbelievable. How in these days can their still exist primitive people, people so genetically pure that contact with other of us disease carrying humans can wipe out their populations. It is almost unimaginable to think that they have lived as they do for 50,000 years, out of touch with the advances of the rest of the world.
Their territory is considered part of India and Indian government forbids contact with them. It is against the law to trespass upon their lands. Any travel through the lands come with strict rules (see image at bottom). Yet, tourist still insist on doing what is not allowed ...as humans are prone to do. So I guess this young foolish adventurer wanted to make a discovery of his own, like he was Columbus, or like he was on a private journey --or as some suppose, a mission from God.
Knowing the law forbade what he wanted to do, he did it anyway ...and they, rightfully and naturally so, protected themselves from his encroachment. I do not feel the least bit sorry for his outcome. May he rest in pieces.