Sirsa was booked by the Delhi Police on Thursday for alleged misappropriation of funds during his tenure as the secretary-general of the DSGMC.
Sirsa told PTI over the phone that he was in Pilibhit to support farmers who were allegedly booked by the local police to stop them from joining a tractor rally in Delhi.
The SAD held its core committee meeting, led by party chief Sukhbir Singh Badal, here on Tuesday in the wake of the apex court order.
The Haryana Police used water cannons and lobbed teargas shells to prevent protesting farmers from marching towards Kaimla village in Karnal district.
The farmers protesting against the Centre's new farm laws also waved black flags at Badal.
Stop defaming farmers, hold talks on ways to repeal agri laws: SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal to Centre
Telling the top BJP leadership to adopt a "humanistic approach", Badal said, "More than 40 farmers have already lost their lives in the last one month."
Badal asserted that the SAD would continue with its efforts to form a joint front to force the BJP-led Centre to repeal the three farm laws.
A decision to this effect was taken at a meeting of the party's core committee which was presided over by SAD President Sukhbir Singh Badal.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi should call an emergency Parliament session and repeal these acts, said the SAD chief.
Badal said Parliament must meet immediately as "a national priority" as the ongoing farmers' movement affects nearly 100 crore of our people directly.
After calling BJP 'real tukde tukde gang', now SAD accuses saffron party of abandoning Vajpayee's principles
The SAD appeals to Punjabis to realise the "dangerous game" being played by the state BJP leaders who are ready to "spoil" the peace of the state.
Badal questioned why the Central government is showing 'tyranny' and not repealing the laws when the section of the society for whom the laws are made is not happy with them.
Badal also hit out at the central government for allegedly trying to project the protesting farmers as "anti-national" and demanded that the Centre repeal the new farm laws.
Farmer leaders on Wednesday rejected a government proposal on the three contentious agriculture-marketing laws and said they would intensify their agitation.
Badal had on Monday urged Modi to scrap the three new central farm laws, claiming they have pushed the country into a deep turmoil.