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Four daughters of Sirsa became judges by passing the Civil Services Judicial Examination while creating history.

four daughters of this place have succeeded in becoming a judge by passing the Civil Services Judicial Examination while creating history.

In Sirsa, Haryana, daughters have achieved great success through courage and passion. On the strength of their hard work, four daughters of this place have succeeded in becoming a judge by passing the Civil Services Judicial Examination while creating history. The daughters to become judges include Jasmine Preet Kaur, a resident of Court Colony, Sirsa, Jaspreet Kaur, a resident of Amritsar Khurd village, Ellenabad, and Renu Bala, a resident of Maujdin village, and Santosh, a resident of Chautala, Dabwali, Sirsa. As soon as the news of becoming a judge is received, there is an influx of people congratulating these families.

Renu Bala of village Maujdin, who became a civil judge, told that she has achieved this success in the very first attempt. He said that his teachers have helped him a lot in achieving this position. Renu Bala told that the children who could not pay the money were also assisted by the teachers. She told that her father had passed away in her childhood only with the support of her maternal uncle, she has reached this point today. Renu has also appealed to other girls to study diligently and move forward.

Renu’s mother Gurmeet Kaur told that she has three children, in which one brother is older than Renu and the other is younger. She told that her husband had passed away when her children were young. In that time of trouble, his brother became his support and took Renu to him for studies. Renu did her studies while staying at her maternal uncle’s house. Gurmeet Kaur said that she is very happy that her daughter has reached this stage.

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