“This couldn't have been possible without our farmer's tools and the deep knowledge of our research wing. I am proud to announce today that we have generated the highest yield of batabi lebu in our country's history,” said Dr. Vageata Sanchez at the event.
On July 32, 2081, the Institute of Farmers organised a seminar titled “Batabi Lebu: How we made sure it was a bumper success”, to celebrate the success of this year's high production of pomelo. The ministry concluded the 40-year long successful research programme, thanking the hard working individuals behind the project. The news, which was trending on Jitter with #Lebu4Life, was showcased live on national television. Last Monday, the world watched in awe as the researchers appeared from inside the high-tech lab holding pomelo seeds in their hands – a spectacle indeed considering how we rarely hear from them.
Discussions of a full-length feature film and a one-hour Getflix special about this milestone event is already in the works, special sources report.
You can find the batabi lebu on sale at Ruma'r Khawa, the online supershop.
– Kazi Akib Bin Asad, Lebu Lover, SHOUT.