Petition Closed
Petitioning HE The Governor of Haryana and 17 others
This petition will be delivered to:
HE The Governor of Haryana
The Director, Animal Welfare Division
Ministry of Environment and Forest
Joint Secretary
Delhi High Court, New Delhi
The Chief Justice
The Cabinet Secretary
The Chairman, Khadi and Village Industries Commission, Mumbai
Member - Eastern Zone
Member - Northern Zone
Member - Sourthern Zone
Member - Central Zone
Member - North Eastern Zone
Hon'ble Minister of State with Independent Charge
Secretary
Chief Executive Officer, KVIC
The National Khadi and VI Board Employees Federation
Secretary General
The Speaker, Lok Sabha
President, BJP
Shri Nitin Gadkari
Leader Opposition in Lok Sabha
Smt. Sushma Swaraj

ALERT: Honeybee in trouble in India - Naresh Kadyan

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Honeybee hives have long provided humans with honey and beeswax. Such commercial uses have spawned a large beekeeping industry, though many species still occur in the wild.
All honeybees are social and cooperative insects. A hive's inhabitants are generally divided into three types.
Workers are the only bees that most people ever see. These bees are females that are not sexually developed. Workers forage for food (pollen and nectar from flowers), build and protect the hive, clean, circulate air by beating their wings, and perform many other societal functions.
The queen's job is simple laying the eggs that will spawn the hive's next generation of bees. There is usually only a single queen in a hive. If the queen dies, workers will create a new queen by feeding one of the worker females a special diet of a food called "royal jelly." This elixir enables the worker to develop into a fertile queen. Queens also regulate the hive's activities by producing chemicals that guide the behavior of the other bees.
Male bees are called drones the third class of honeybee. Several hundred drones live in each hive during the spring and summer, but they are expelled for the winter months when the hive goes into a lean survival mode.
Bees live on stored honey and pollen all winter, and cluster into a ball to conserve warmth. Larvae are fed from the stores during this season and, by spring, the hive is swarming with a new generation of bees.
Snatching honey from these bee's are cruel practice and the Khadi and Village Industries Commission - KVIC promoting these cruel activities providing financial assistance, hence the UN affiliated OIPA in India and PFA Haryana ask KVIC to consider this activity to include in the negative list.
- Abhishek Kadyan, Media Adviser
- Sukanya Kadyan, Programme Director.

 

 

 

 

 

Letter to
HE The Governor of Haryana
The Director, Animal Welfare Division
Ministry of Environment and Forest Joint Secretary
and 15 others
Delhi High Court, New Delhi The Chief Justice
The Cabinet Secretary
The Chairman, Khadi and Village Industries Commission, Mumbai
Member - Eastern Zone
Member - Northern Zone
Member - Sourthern Zone
Member - Central Zone
Member - North Eastern Zone
Hon'ble Minister of State with Independent Charge
Secretary
Chief Executive Officer, KVIC
The National Khadi and VI Board Employees Federation Secretary General
The Speaker, Lok Sabha
President, BJP Shri Nitin Gadkari
Leader Opposition in Lok Sabha Smt. Sushma Swaraj
Honeybee needs attention - Naresh Kadyan
Honeybee hives have long provided humans with honey and beeswax. Such commercial uses have spawned a large beekeeping industry, though many species still occur in the wild.
All honeybees are social and cooperative insects. A hive's inhabitants are generally divided into three types.
Workers are the only bees that most people ever see. These bees are females that are not sexually developed. Workers forage for food (pollen and nectar from flowers), build and protect the hive, clean, circulate air by beating their wings, and perform many other societal functions.
The queen's job is simple laying the eggs that will spawn the hive's next generation of bees. There is usually only a single queen in a hive. If the queen dies, workers will create a new queen by feeding one of the worker females a special diet of a food called "royal jelly." This elixir enables the worker to develop into a fertile queen. Queens also regulate the hive's activities by producing chemicals that guide the behavior of the other bees.
Male bees are called drones the third class of honeybee. Several hundred drones live in each hive during the spring and summer, but they are expelled for the winter months when the hive goes into a lean survival mode.
Bees live on stored honey and pollen all winter, and cluster into a ball to conserve warmth. Larvae are fed from the stores during this season and, by spring, the hive is swarming with a new generation of bees.
Snatching honey from these bee's are cruel practice and the Khadi and Village Industries Commission - KVIC promoting these cruel activities providing financial assistance, hence the UN affiliated OIPA in India and PFA Haryana ask KVIC to consider this activity to include in the negative list.
It would be pertinent to mention here that honeybee covered under the definition of animals because all living creatures other than human beings are animals, then why KVIC promoting the agriculture and animal husbandry, for example milk based products covered under PMEGP scheme but not dairy farms then why bee keeping and vermi culture, where as mobile tower radiation also responsible for disappearing honeybees.?
- Abhishek Kadyan, Media Adviser
- Sukanya Kadyan, Programme Director.