The Sansad is also raising the long-standing demand for farmers to get a minimum support price among others,” said Bhushan.
Himachal Congress president Kuldeep Rathore visited the Sadar police station to meet the arrested men.
Already tractor rallies have been held in places like Nawanshahr and Gurdaspur as a build-up to the proposed January 26 event, farmer leaders said.
After their first meeting here, Ghanwat said the first round of consultations with farmers and other stakeholders has been scheduled for Thursday.
He alleged that the laws will put the entire agriculture sector in the hands of "three to four crony capitalists".
Gandhi has attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue of national security after reports that China has built a village in Arunachal Pradesh.
At various places in Punjab and Haryana, women speakers managed the stage and the protest site.
In the rabi season, another 17 lakh tonne will be procured, taking the total procurement in Odisha during the year to 82 lakh tonne.
And since the majority of farmers are small, marginal and sharecropper, it will be difficult for them to wage legal battle against the company in case of violation of agreement.
The Punjab unit of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) too condemned the issue of notices and said it was "shameful".
The government said obstacles do come whenever good things or measures are taken and it is taking longer to resolve the issue as farmers' leaders want a solution their own way.
He also said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should also reach out to the farmers, but only after the government has accepted their demands on the three new farm laws.
Farmers' stir: Joint forum distances itself from its leader Chaduni's meeting with Opposition parties
A controversy erupted after Bhartiya Kisan Union-Haryana president Chaduni attended the meeting along with the opposition leaders in Delhi on Sunday and supported a call for convening a 'Jan Sansad'.
Farm laws: SC-appointed panel to hold first meeting on Tuesday, Centre says both sides want early end to impasse
The Supreme Court had on January 11 stayed the implementation of the three laws, against which farmers are protesting at Delhi borders for over 50 days now.
He said the new farm laws allowed cultivators to sell their produce anywhere 'just like a trader can sell his clothes in any market in the country'.