Farmers set their fields on fire to quickly clear off the crop residue left behind after harvesting paddy and before cultivating wheat and potato.
"I don’t know what to say on these except the timing of these notices since all of them have been issued after my government initiated and got farm amendment Bills passed in the assembly," he said.
Punjab and Chhatisgarh have already passed bills to counter the central farm laws.
Convenor of POKSSS, Lingaraj said farmers are against the new laws which go against the interests of their community and they will intensify the protest in the coming days.
Soon after tabling the bill in the Assembly, the state agriculture minister Ravindra Choubey called the move as intended towards 'protecting the concerns and benefits of farmers'.
Sources said the state saffron party leaders had urged the party high command to clear the doubts of farmers on these new acts.
A farmers rally by the Congress against the farm bills on Saturday set the tone for the bypolls with many leaders attacking the BJP leadership at the Centre and the State.
He said that the Centre has reserved Rs 1 lakh crore for the agriculture sector.
Sundargarh MP and chairman of Parliamentary Standing Committee on Defence Jual Oram on Sunday hit out at the Congress for misleading the farmers on the agri reform laws.
Leader of the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) Narasingh Mishra said that it does not seem that the Government is planning to bring the two Bills during the Monsoon session.
The TMC chief, who has been critical of the new farm laws, said history stood testament to all that her government did for the welfare of farmers.
Rahul Gandhi is likely to address rallies at Kaithal and Pipli in Kurukshetra district of Haryana on October 6 instead of October 5, following which he will return to Delhi.
The MPs were asked to initiate a programme and meet farmers to counter the claims being made by the opposition parties,” he added.
Rajasthan government is planning to take a decision in accordance with the directives of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, PCC chief, and Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara said.
The Congress leader alleged that the Centre has passed the anti-farmer bills in an undemocratic manner only to help corporates.