Tikait and other leaders addressed the 'Mahapanchayat' in a village near Ambala Cantonment on Saturday.
Tikiat said he was aware of the concerns of the farmers in Amaravati, who gave their lands to the capital construction, but did not get anything substantial in return, he said.
Sixteen people have so far been arrested on charges of attacking Rakesh Tikait’s convoy in Tatarpur village of Alwar district.
Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait said this itself provides conclusive evidence of the government's intentions.
Tikait had said farmers in Karnataka should organise a protest in the state similar to that of Delhi and gherao Bengaluru from all sides.
Tikait asked people to protest at the district level to get the new laws repealed, adding that farmers must sit at the collectorate and ensure their wheat is sold at Rs 1,975 per quintal.
When asked about the violence during a tractor parade on the Republic Day in New Delhi, Rakesh Tikait alleged that the government created the trouble.
Tikait claimed that Union Minister Dr. Sanjeev Balyane was also feeling suffocated in the Modi government and unable to express his feelings he has for the agitating farmers.
The government has been telling farmer unions to consider an option other than the complete repeal of the laws.
Rakesh Tikait address 'mahapanchayat' at Kurukshetra, criticises PM Narendra Modi's remark on protesters
BKU leader Rakesh Tikait said the protesting farmers will divide their time between home, fields and the agitation.
Interacting with the press, he claimed a few inputs had been received regarding some "miscreants trying to disrupt peace" during the "chakka jam" that was announced for 12 noon to 3 pm on Saturday.
The police administration had deployed around 144 PAC companies, six paramilitary companies, along with senior officers, at the state and national highways.
These withheld accounts included those of Kisan Ekta Morcha and BKU Ekta Urgahan that have thousands of followers and have been actively involved in the ongoing protests.
Khatana, who is at the demonstration site with BKU leader Rakesh Tikait, said there has been continuous support for the "peaceful protest" against the farmers' demand for removal of the new agri laws.
The police said they are collecting evidence including video clips in connection with the incident and would take action against those who are found involved in it.