After clarity on Allen Chau’s fate, efforts on to recover his body from island

lack of knowledge of the Sentinelese, believed to be the last surviving descendants of the first humans to arrive in Asia

As the picture more or less becomes clearer in case of US missionary John Allen Chau and his fate, what is of concern is that his body might never be recovered.

It need be mentioned that according to several of accounts, the missionary fell to the volley of arrows fired by a reclusive tribe on the North Sentinal island of India.

The island is supposed to be out of bounds for outsiders.

Meanwhile, it is said that there might never be any murder charges brought about on the tribals of the island and also that Chau’s body will have to stay hidden to protect what is probably the world’s last pre-neolithic tribe.

Police sent a boat near North Sentinel for the second time since the killing on Friday.

The American died last week after making several attempts to reach the Sentinelese to preach Christianity — knowing it was illegal to go within three miles (five kilometres) of the island.

The lack of knowledge of the Sentinelese, believed to be the last surviving descendants of the first humans to arrive in Asia.

Andamans police chief Dependra Pathak has said no timeline can be given for finding a body.

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