As the agitation peaked last year and farmers marched to Delhi, the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government worked overtime to woo them.
Mehta, representing the state, said that Haryana has set up a panel for holding talks with the protesting farm leaders who have refused to take part in talks.
On August 23, the top court had said that the Centre and Delhi's neighbouring states should find a solution to road blockades on the national capital's borders.
SC asks Centre, states to solve issue of highways being blocked by anti-farm law agitators
The 'Kisan Sansad' called by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha at Jantar Mantar near Parliament will also call for the resignation of the Narendra Modi government over not repealing the contentious farm laws.
The governments of UP and Haryana have also been indifferent to this large daily migrant population.