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গরুর মাংস খেয়েছি, আবার খাব,কোথাও লেখা নাই গরু খাওয়া যাবে না : মমতা

দিল্লির কেরালা ভবনে গরুর মাংস রাখার অভিযোগে দিল্লি পুলিশের তল্লাশি অভিযানের বিপক্ষে মুখ খুললেন পশ্চিমবঙ্গের মুখ্যমন্ত্রী মমতা বন্দ্যোপাধ্যায়। রাজধানী দিল্লীতে কেরল সরকার পরিচালিত কেরলা ভবনে গরুর মাংস রাখার অভিযোগে তল্লাশি চালায় পুলিশ। যদিও তল্লাশি অভিযানে গরুর মাংস খুঁজে পাওয়া যায়নি।

এ ঘটনার প্রতিবাদে ভারতের বিভিন্ন রাজনৈতিক দল প্রতিবাদ জানিয়েছে। একদিকে যেমন কেরল সরকারের তরফে প্রতিবাদ জানানো হয়েছে, অন্যদিকে তীব্র প্রতিবাদ জানিয়েছেন দিল্লির মুখ্যমন্ত্রী অরবিন্দ কেজরিওয়াল। তিনি কটাক্ষ করে টুইট করেছেন।

মমতা বন্দ্যোপাধ্যায় তার টুইটার বার্তায় জানিয়েছেন, দিল্লি পুলিশের আচরণ মৌলিক স্বাধীনতায় হস্তক্ষেপ করার সামিল।দিল্লিতে আম আদমি পার্টি পরিচালিত সরকার থাকলেও, দিল্লি পুলিশ সরাসরি ভারত সরকারের দ্বারা পরিচালিত হয়।তিনি বলেন ‘আমি হিন্দু, গরুর মাংস খেয়েছি, আবার খাব’।হিন্দু ধর্মের কোথাও লেখা নাই যে, গরু খাওয়া যাবে না।

এ ঘটনা প্রকাশ্যে আসার পর প্রতিবাদে মুখর হয়েছে ভারতের বামপন্থী দলগুলোও। সিপিএম’র সাধারণ সম্পাদক সীতারাম ইয়েচুরি জানিয়েছেন, পুলিশ ‘নীতি পুলিশ’র ভূমিকায় অবতীর্ণ হয়েছে।

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  9. Before the water percolates into the layer, the complete
    potting soil should fill with water rendering the layer problematic as a substitute of beneficial.

  10. If it dries out, the foliage might die because the plant shrivels and won’t recuperate when watered.

  11. Too a lot standing water within the soil can result in a situation called root rot which might unfold up
    the plant and rapidly kill it.

  12. As I jumped headfirst into the succulent pastime all those
    moons in the past I shortly discovered two things.

  13. Lesotho Pink is considered one of our most cold hardy varieties that grows to create a tight carpet
    of evergreen foliage.

  14. Grafting of a slower rising species onto a sooner
    growing stock increases plant growth considerably.

  15. Has great edible panorama potential, particularly in arid areas.

  16. Reduce irrigation in fall and winter so that succulents can withstand decrease temperatures.

  17. Ironically, it may be from a very moist soil – remember
    to verify the soil moisture to search out out for positive.

  18. Not only will you often find one of the best prices, however you get to satisfy the experts that develop them.

  19. Bring water and a snack because I guarantee you’re going to need
    to be right here for a while.

  20. In reality, succulents do fairly well in inorganic soils like clay, sand or
    silt.

  21. Of the three African aloe bushes, the Giant Quiver
    Tree or Aloidendron pillansii is the rarest.

  22. If you get them quickly after the truck brings them they don’t suffer from the ill-treatment of
    workers.

  23. The already small population of Pelotilla de Chinamada has been negatively affected
    by its proximity to a incessantly traveled road.

  24. Every single identified Pelotilla de Chinamada grows in an area that is only about 1
    km² (zero.386 mi²) in size.

  25. All our cacti are nursery grown from seeds and cuttings
    and aren’t collected from the wild.

  26. As with most succulents, this one advantages from
    watering when it dries out throughout progress and bloom durations, although it tolerates drought well.

  27. Our cacti and succulents are two or extra years outdated before reaching shipping dimension.

  28. Agave victoria regina is an attractive and sluggish rising cactus.

  29. In common, when you go to buy succulents, they will already be planted in one thing.

  30. Grow succulent houseplants within the brightest spot you could have.

  31. by shifting them exterior through the hotter months to keep them happy.

  32. In Summer, giant, bright yellow, cone-formed flower clusters appear, attracting loads of bees.

  33. These flowers can damage your plant once it grows or when it’s eliminated.

  34. You can simply tell an overwatered succulent by in search of mushy and translucent leaves, or looking for black rotted
    segments.

  35. If you have determined to start out a succulent backyard, that recommendation applies,
    as nicely.

  36. Do not panic and overcompensate by overwatering and
    fertilizing as this may hurt the plant extra.

  37. If you get them quickly after the truck brings them they don’t
    suffer from the sick-treatment of employees.

  38. The plant sheds its leaves to conserve water and energy when it is underwatered.

  39. Sansevieria trifasciata and its many cultivars are among the hottest houseplants, popularly known as mom in law’s tongue.

  40. The softly shaded apricot and yellow tints of the
    big flowers of Alan’s Apricot Ice Plant are a delight and hold the plant in color from late spring into late summer.

  41. Fertilizer just isn’t essential, but should you should, use a low-nitrogen, slow-release selection.

  42. Another few weeks and the stem cuttings ought to be
    rooted within the soil.

  43. Please observe your package and open it immediately upon arrival.

  44. These plants from dry areas produce an unusually thick stem, the caudex.

  45. As the plants grow, take away the dead leaves on the plant’s base.

  46. It requires partial sun, rare watering, and well-draining soil.

  47. If the leaves of your succulent are turning yellow or brown then something just isn’t proper.

  48. Other regulars have crammed their patios, balconies, or window sills
    with small collections.

  49. The only thing to watch out for is the tendency folks need to over-water succulents.

  50. However, within the backyard or in a container, succulents will develop and flower better with supplemental water and fertilizer IF they are applied accurately.

  51. Cacti.com is a Southern California-based mostly on-line succulent nursery specializing in high-high quality landscaping succulents for sale on-line.

  52. Or, merely create a vast greenscape through the use of two plant varieties—one tall and one
    quick—to create interest each vertically and horizontally.

  53. The Senecio genus is a big one that features blue chalk stick,
    S.

  54. Often, whenever you order succulents on-line, you’ll obtain a mixture of
    unidentified cuttings or small specimens.

  55. Just drop us an emailand our succulent consultants will get back to you!

  56. It adjustments colours through the seasons from inexperienced to brown, red or
    extra.

  57. The rosettes can attain up to eight inches in diameter and
    the whole plant can grow up to three toes in height.

  58. Those who study cactus theft say that changing client trends are placing new species at risk.

  59. This is the rarest, least understood of the Andean tubers,
    identified to science since the Nineteen Sixties.

  60. Grow it like succulents in in full solar to light shade and well drained
    soil.

  61. In winter, the outer leaves flip an attractive burgundy colour in response to the cooler
    temperatures.

  62. Soon you will notice the stems getting actually long and elongating to hunt out extra light.

  63. Remember that succulents by their very nature don’t want much water.

  64. Asclepiads or Asclepiadoideae are a subfamily in the Apocynaceae,
    with about 2900 species.

  65. They are very tolerant of neglect, and infrequently a few of the most forgotten about succulents could be
    easily coaxed back to well being.

  66. Has rosettes of 6 to fifteen leaves on a stem up to three ft.
    tall.

  67. Thankfully they’re such resilient plants and bounced
    back after treatment.

  68. They have root methods that require them to be planted in soil or a rising medium for them to obtain nutrients and water.

  69. It is one other variable species of this attention-grabbing genus.

  70. The fruit are dry capsules which have 6 to 9 segments.

  71. After all, we’ve lived with and been supported by the plant kingdom throughout our whole
    evolutionary course of.

  72. The distinctive spiky texture of the leaves additionally provides a decorative component
    to the panorama.

  73. Some varieties, such because the Cereus and Opuntias, present each
    aromatic blossoms and sweet, edible fruit after pollination.

  74. We provide a wide variety of succulents together with
    cacti, aloes, Agaves, Euphorbias, and lots of different drought tolerant xerophytes.

  75. Autumn Fire is an improved form of Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ that’s larger rising, has bigger flower heads and is longer blooming.

  76. As the plant grows, the bottom leaves of the rosette will fall off, leaving
    a bare stem.

  77. Flowers are pink, orange or yellow, and are very engaging to hummingbirds.

  78. That can range from backyard centers to larger massive box
    stores.

  79. This clumping species readily produces giant numbers of off-units, which
    may be separated and planted as a means of propagation.

  80. Buying succulents on-line is an effective way to reduce your water invoice.

  81. They got here packaged fantastically and have been easy to deal
    with.

  82. about the way to maintain succulent crops pleased for the winter.

  83. Common Sotol (Dasylirion wheeleri), a grey-blue relative native to Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and northern Mexico,
    can also be a fantastic chilly-hardy choice.

  84. vegetation, together with an array of sempervivum (hens and chicks).

  85. It requires intense gentle however protect it from blasting summer time sun.

  86. If you could have questions or concerns about your crops, reach out to Swansons on Facebook, Twitter,
    or Instagram utilizing #heyswansons.

  87. Flies are primarily just a pest, however can quickly spread
    to other plants.

  88. If you reside in a area with little rainfall, plan to water
    in-floor succulents once per week.

  89. An Andean dry forest native, we’ve observed this gorgeous species in habitat between (6000–9000’+) in central Bolivia and northern Argentina the place it grew with Anadenanthera colubrina.

  90. Typically used as a ground cowl in rock gardens
    or tucked into the facet of a stone wall, Sempervivum will develop with little
    attention.

  91. As the plant grows, the bottom leaves of the rosette will fall off,
    leaving a naked stem.

  92. One good way to examine whether it’s time
    to water is to verify the moisture of the soil.

  93. These individuals mentioned their source, by way of a Google site, was
    from Russia.

  94. The Sand Dollar Cactus (additionally referred to
    as sea urchin cactus, star cactus, or star peyote) is a uncommon spineless cactus that
    is native to elements of Texas and Mexico.

  95. The leaves are in a basal rosette and are stiff, green, linear,
    and taper to a pointed tip.

  96. Not a lot is thought about this very rare flowering cactus and it
    was solely recently described in 2009 by Pierre J. Braun.

  97. When soil is dry, avoid mild watering (aka “splash
    and sprint”) – all the time water the plant totally when needed and discard any extra water.

  98. They are recognized for being in sunny deserts, however some
    will survive for quite some time in lower light situations (species dependent).

  99. Another great spot to buy succulents online is from The Succulent Source.

  100. The crops have white to yellow or reddish stems and leaf veins which should
    replicate root color.

  101. The orange-yellow daisy-like flowers are a little larger than different varieties.

  102. These offshoots will stay on and proceed producing offshoots of their very
    own after the mom plant flowers and dies.

  103. We favor a gentle approach, spraying contaminated areas with
    a 50/50 resolution of isopropyl alcohol and water.

  104. This group of desert vegetation is briefly namedMesembs because they
    belong to a botanical family previously named Mesembryanthemaceae.

  105. Try including a number of to your assortment for a contact of drama and mystique.

  106. Andean Ethnobotanicals– From our annual expeditions.

  107. Thankfully they’re such resilient crops and bounced
    back after treatment.

  108. According to stories from park rangers, thieves are ripping
    cacti from the bottom to be able to steal them.

  109. If you do plant succulents in inorganic materials corresponding to rocks, keep in mind
    that what little water they get will run right by way
    of.

  110. Pick the brightest window in the home to position your plant.

  111. Echeveria rosettes symbolize this group’s wide range.Species exhibit a
    basic rosette form, and an astounding array of leaf attributes.

  112. Each thick leaf has massive shark-like enamel on the edges and an imposing lengthy black spine on every leaf tip.

  113. Many of the uninitiated check out a mattress of succulents and
    check with them as Hens and Chicks (Sempervivums).

  114. They tolerate a number of weeks of drought however they’re delicate to frost and
    chilly.

  115. In truth, succulents do quite well in inorganic soils like clay,
    sand or silt.

  116. Succulents are normally native to dry desert or chaparral regions and mountainous slopes and they typically thrive
    in poor soils (sandy/rocky with low vitamin).

  117. For further info on watering, right here is my submit on “How and
    When to Water Succulents and Cacti”.

  118. Opuntia relative with principally spineless gray-purple spherical stems to
    three”+, stacked like a pile of diminutive soccer balls.

  119. Pleiospilos is a genus of succulent flowering crops of the Aizoaceae household, native to South Africa.

  120. At these shows, you possibly can see our newest backyard
    designs and plants, including new hybrids.

  121. Of course, plants also have leaves that get previous and will flip
    yellow and die with time.

  122. While many crops fall sufferer to underground cactus
    cartels, a seemingly extra benign form of theft has
    turn into a part of the problem too.

  123. They can be found sucking on leaves or flowers at the end of the stems, on the leaves and the undersides
    of the plant.

  124. Succulents and cacti are excellent for the North Texas local weather, each indoor and out.

  125. Who says you could’t create a “lush” environment within the desert?

  126. They could be discovered sucking on leaves or flowers on the finish of the stems, on the leaves and the undersides of the plant.

  127. For extra on this topic, take a look at my submit
    “Proper Lighting For Succulents Indoors” for extra details and
    ideas.

  128. We will deliver the vegetation to your space and
    will keep them properly-maintained and healthy.

  129. Sinocrassula yunnanensis is straightforward to look after and nice
    for newbie gardeners.

  130. Succulents for the indoor backyard, the patio,
    or the backyard.

  131. Agave is pollinated by the Mexican long-nosed bat, who feeds on the plant’s nectar utilizing its
    long muzzle, much like a hummingbird does.

  132. Cash only, no refunds, however completely definitely
    worth the danger if you know what’s up.

  133. The plant sheds its leaves to conserve water and power when it’s underwatered.

  134. After about two years, depending on rising situations, the rootstock cactus will attain the top of its life, or
    might begin rotting or drying out sooner.

  135. Bring money and some packing containers to benefit from your haul.

  136. Aeonium arboreum are native to North Africa and usually grow in the course
    of the winter and are dormant in the course of the summer.

  137. This is why they are so popular for indoor vegetation, as
    a result of they do not usually need to be pruned.

  138. Both species do properly in full sun to partial shade, with sandy, nicely-drained soil and minimal water.

  139. Buying succulents online is a great way to scale back your water invoice.

  140. The seeds are exceptionally small, so solely
    press the seed into the moistened soil, and do not cowl the
    seed.

  141. People all over the place have experienced the modern pathos of a disconnect from nature.

  142. Narrow, fleshy leaves resemble pine needles and develop on trailing stems which are lovely in hanging pots and rock
    gardens.

  143. Check with a plant skilled if you want to discover varieties of
    succulent that produce blooms more often than not.

  144. As a conservation chief for the Cactus and Succulent Society of America, Minnich is working to teach the public about
    plant poaching and why we should care.

  145. In late summer to fall, Black Knight produces skinny
    lime green stems from the center of the rosette.

  146. To pay homage to sacred crops revered by indigenous groups throughout the Americas is a means of honoring the complete world in a
    time of environmental emergency.

  147. Currently, it is estimated that there are about 50 to 250
    Aichryson dumosum vegetation remaining in the wild and
    its numbers are persevering with to decline.

  148. In a nutshell, Warren advises beginners, “Be affected person.

  149. All they actually need is somewhat little bit of water and sufficient daylight.

  150. You will be able to root the stem and propagate it to begin a new plant.

  151. The ultimate one we’re going to speak about is the Sinocrassula
    Tunnanensis (commonly called Chinese Jade).

  152. The 5 ft (1.5 m) tall stalks with coral-coloured flowers,
    enticing to hummingbirds, herald the arrival of heat climate.

  153. After about two years, relying on rising situations, the rootstock
    cactus will attain the tip of its life, or could begin rotting or drying out sooner.

  154. Cold hardy agaves can create an unique impact in your garden.

  155. All echeveria can stand up to pretty cold temperatures if the
    soil they are planted in is dry and there’s no water on the leaves.

  156. Sansevieria trifasciata and its many cultivars are among the hottest houseplants,
    popularly referred to as mother in regulation’s tongue.

  157. This is a low-growing Adromischus, densely branching, with grey-green pointed leaves, only
    mildly mottled.

  158. If you’re planning an indoor garden, try our number of potted succulents.

  159. Soggy soil and gentle, new development make succulents more
    vulnerable to wreck from freezes.

  160. One of our designers will work with you to identify succulents which are a
    good match in your property.

  161. If there’s any true warning that goes with succulents and air vegetation, it would
    pertain to youngsters and pets.

  162. With two golden retrievers at his heels, he methodically
    tends to thousands of vegetation every day.

  163. It is a viable means of shortly producing mature specimens
    for seed manufacturing and vegetative propagation.

  164. Grown everywhere in the world, succulents are easy
    to develop and may survive dry tropical or semi-tropical climates,
    like deserts and steppes.

  165. It requires intense mild however protect it from blasting summer solar.

  166. I have purchased succulents and other vegetation at WalMart.

  167. The scape is up to 5 feet tall with many, many short, strobilate branches.

  168. With its wide, curved leaves, it is easy to see the place Whale’s Tongue Agave gets its common title.

  169. Amongst 1000’s of identified food vegetation,
    the world’s food provide depends on a scant dozen.

  170. Unfortunately, this already rare succulent is critically endangered and its believed that there
    are not more than 200 individual vegetation left.

  171. This Texas native is not fussy and is happy growing
    in a spot with properly-drained soil that receives full solar.

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