Except for a brief period after the Republic Day violence, which saw attrition of protesters, the site has been active since the farmers camped here in November last year.
While the 'mini hospital' has six beds with provisions for glucose and other medical items, the 24-hours facility has a doctor and a nursing staff and also has a full-fledged chemist.
Being chased by the police, the accused abandoned the vehicle, snatched a two-wheeler from another man and fled.
Hansa Singh was a resident of Moga district, a police official posted at Kundli police station in Haryana's Sonipat said.
Sukhwinder Singh Barwa, a resident of Roop Nagar district in Punjab, said they resumed the classes on February 5.
The protesting farmers have also sowed seeds for potatoes and sugarcanes in the nurseries surrounded by concertina wires that came up as part of stringent security installation.
Roadside stalls selling badges, posters and other literature related to the farmers stir are a common sight at Singhu border.
The protest site on the Delhi-Haryana highway, the epicentre of the ongoing farmers' agitation, saw routine everyday activities like preparation and distribution of langar food.
At Singhu border, where many farmers had left the protest after the Red Fort violence on Republic Day, more woman farmers and locals are joining the cause.
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Punia was released from the prison on Wednesday after a court granted him bail.
The Union Ministry of Home Affairs also denied issuing summons in connection with a terror funding case to 40 people who are providing humanitarian support to the farmers’ agitation.
Another portion of the highway at the Delhi-Haryana border is practically blocked now as a makeshift cement wall has come up there.
Despite elaborate arrangements made by the police, farmers in large numbers continued to join fellow protesters at the Ghazipur site for the third day in a row.
Many tractors arrived at the Delhi-Haryana border site some loaded with music systems that played popular Haryanvi folks songs penned recently by local artists.
In a letter to Singh on Sunday, AAP spokesperson Raghav Chadha said the Punjab Police must provide protection to farmers so that they can continue to protest in a peaceful manner.