AIMED at strengthening security along its borders, India has finalised a blueprint to construct 255 outposts on the countrys borders with Pakistan and Bangladesh, reported Press Trust of India on Sunday. As per the decision, there will be 129 border outposts (BOPs) along the Indo-Bangla border and 126 BOPs along the Indo-Pak border. The design of the BOP is being finalised and it is estimated to cost about Rs four crore to construct one BOP, said a senior government official. There will be barracks, generator room, kitchen, toilet block and officers chamber at the BOP. The construction work will begin where land is available, the official said adding, It is the district administrations responsibility to acquire the land for the purpose. Border outposts are manned by central paramilitary forces to check smuggling, infiltration and other illegal cross-border activities. Besides the construction of BOPs, border fencing and lighting at these places are also being carried out by the CPWD.