Eight detained peasants were freed by the police from confinement by a local landlord in the jurisdiction of Bodar Farm police station on Wednesday.
The Bodar Farm police, on a court order, raided a farm house and recovered 8 peasants, including women and children.
The district and sessions court, on a complaint by a peasant woman, Paro Kolhi, had issued orders to the concerned police for the recovery of the peasants from their confinement.
According to Bodar Farm Police Station SHO Saleh Ram, eight peasants have been recovered from the captivity of local landlord Punhoon Chachar and they will be produced before the court on Thursday.
Saleh Ram said that Sono Kolhi, Dahi, Gudi, Jimmy, Devki, and others had been recovered from the captivity of the landlord on the orders of the Umarkot sessions court.