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Andrea's scary experience with bees and strong question to govt on migrant workers!

Tuesday, May 26, 2020 • Tamil Comments

Actress Andrea Jeremiah is one of the multi-talented personalities of Kollywood who has been known not just for her mature performances in critically acclaimed movies but also for her impressive singing skills that have mesmerized many.

Andrea who's awaiting the release of Master has been waiting to join shoot of Aranmanai 3, and has been spending lockdown by entertain fans with her Instagram live baking, singing and poem reading sessions. Now, Andrea has shared a scary experience with bees, as she found a massive colony of bees across her balcony and how she's planning to move them without killing them. Andrea also compared this to the situation of migrant workers in the country asking, if she's responsible for protecting the bees that came to her house, the government must also be responsible for protecting the migrant workers across the country.

Andrea's post read "Yesterday, I woke up to a swarm of bees right outside my window. I ventured out to investigate and found this massive colony of bees on the mango tree right across my balcony.I have nothing against bees, but I don’t want to get stung either, so I made a few calls, trying to find the best possible way to relocate the bees without harming them. Ultimately I was left with only two options- call pest control who would solve the problem by killing all the bees, or just learn to live with them.I am terrified of flying insects, yet I can’t imagine killing thousands of bees just so I can feel safe. I feel a great sense of responsibility toward these creatures, simply because they are such an important part of our ecosystem. If bees go extinct, we humans are next.This story is about bees, but it’s also about the migrant worker crisis in our country. If I can feel responsible for a beeswarm outside my balcony, how can the government not feel responsible for millions of stranded migrant workers across the country ?The Queen bee is smart, she knows she is nothing without her worker bees, she needs them to keep the beehive in good working condition.I guess we humans could learn a lot from bees ??#lockdown #covid19 #india #takeresponsibility".

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Yesterday, I woke up to a swarm of bees right outside my window. I ventured out to investigate and found this massive colony of bees on the mango tree right across my balcony. I have nothing against bees, but I don’t want to get stung either, so I made a few calls, trying to find the best possible way to relocate the bees without harming them. Ultimately I was left with only two options- call pest control who would solve the problem by killing all the bees, or just learn to live with them. I am terrified of flying insects, yet I can’t imagine killing thousands of bees just so I can feel safe. I feel a great sense of responsibility toward these creatures, simply because they are such an important part of our ecosystem. If bees go extinct, we humans are next. This story is about bees, but it’s also about the migrant worker crisis in our country. If I can feel responsible for a beeswarm outside my balcony, how can the government not feel responsible for millions of stranded migrant workers across the country ? The Queen bee is smart, she knows she is nothing without her worker bees, she needs them to keep the beehive in good working condition. I guess we humans could learn a lot from bees ?? #lockdown #covid19 #india #takeresponsibility

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