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Sirsa: 500 farmers were charged with blocking the road. Five of their companions were released.

Police registered a case against 500 farmers at Badguda, Badwali, and Ding police stations. They were accused of blocking the road on July 21 to release five farmers. Badagud police station has registered a case against over 250 farmers. A case was also filed against the farmers involved in jamming Bhavdin Toll Plaza in Ding. A case was also filed in Dabwali to jam the Khuiya Makana toll.

Five farmers were held hostage by farmers on July 21. For attacking the vehicle of the deputy speaker, five farmers were charged with sedition and culpable murder not amounting to killing. The court released the five farmers to bail on Thursday evening. Baldev Singh Sirsa was a farmer leader on hunger strike and was released by the court. He ate coconut water for five days after breaking his fast. The farmers also canceled the program to close down the market and gherao, the residence of the Deputy Speaker.

The farmers were released on Thursday night and marched to the Mini Secretariat. The protesting farmers celebrated their victory and called it their biggest victory. The protesting farmers also declared it a victory for their struggle. Baldev Singh, the leader of the farmers, was also fasting, having just been released from the prison of the farmers held under severe sections such as sedition. Dalbir Singh Rajewal, along with the farmers’ group, reached Sirsa to join the strike and opened the fast by giving water to Baldev Singh Sirsa.

Farmers claim that the struggle will continue

Saheb Singh, a young farmer from Khairpur, arrived in India after being released. He said that he used to be afraid of going into jail. He has now seen the prison environment. His fear was extinguished. He claimed that he was unable to take examinations because he would be in jail. The university will now demand that the examinations be re-conducted.

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