Big news: Naudeep Kaur, who came out of jail, thanked those who stood by the difficult time.
Naudeep Kaur, lodged in Karnal Jail, has been released from jail. On the occasion, Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee President Manjinder Singh Sirsa welcomed Naudeep with a garland of flowers on his release from jail. Talking to reporters on the occasion, Naudeep Kaur said that we should raise our voice in favor of farmers.
Naudeep thanked everyone who stood by him and his family during this difficult time. At the same time, Naudeep said that the gap between rich and poor has widened so much that they have to go out for their rights.
Those who feel that the farmers are just blocking the way should understand the plight of the farmers that the Anandata who fills the belly of the masses is rolling on the streets today. People should speak up for them and support them so that their demands can be met and farmers can go home.
The bail plea filed by his lawyers was listed on Friday and was heard by the Punjab and Haryana High Court on the basis of complaints of his illegal detention.
Naudeep claimed that he was badly beaten at a police station in Sonipat during his arrest last month, his lawyer Arshdeep Singh Cheema said, adding that the court had asked the state of Haryana to keep a record of his medical reports.
On the occasion, Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee President Manjinder Singh Sirsa welcomed Naudeep with a garland of flowers on his release from jail. It is to be mentioned that Naudeep Kaur was agitating for the rights of her colleagues. He was taken into custody by the Haryana Police and has been lodged in Karnal Jail for more than a month.