With the pilot project in the Nadia district, the Indian armed forces want to support beekeeping and at the same time improve border protection. “These bees are expected to act like bee warriors to deter intruders and smugglers from cutting the fence,” an armed forces official said on Wednesday, according to The Times of India.
Smugglers repeatedly destroy the fence to bring cows, gold, silver and narcotics across the border, reported the local news agency PTI. The bee boxes on the fences and medicinal plants around them are also intended to create new employment opportunities for people in the border villages. According to the information, the residents should receive appropriate seeds and training to build the bee boxes and grow medicinal plants such as aloe vera. They should also be supported in selling products such as honey and medicinal herbs at a good price.
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