The farmer leaders were told to meet a governmentdelegation but they refused, thus leading to a stand-off.
He said that the expert panel worked for three months to prepare a comprehensive report on three farm laws and submitted it to the Supreme Court.
The committee appointed in January 2020 comprised policy experts such as Pramod Joshi, Shetkari Sangathan leader Anil Ghanwat and agriculture economist, Ashok Gulati.
The three-member committee had also suggested many changes in the laws, including giving freedom to states to make Minimum Support Price system legal.
He said that the file related to the cases was sent by Lt Governor Anil Baijal's Office to Delhi Home Minister Satyendar Jain on January 31.
Gandhi also slammed the Centre over the now-repealed farm laws which she claimed would have benefitted 'big industrialist friends of the government' at the cost of farmers' hard work.
Their first demand was repeal of farm laws in Karnataka as was done by the central government. Bommai replied that they will hold a discussion with opposition parties and take a decision.
He was campaigning for party candidates contesting the urban local body polls in Thanjavur district through video conference.
The protest was withdrawn after Excise Minister K Gopalaiah met the agitators and invited them for a meeting on Friday.
Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), an umbrella body of 44 farm unions, will meet on January 15 to review the progress on pending demands and decide on the future course of action.
Congress general secretary Randeep Surjewala said the prime minister should come forward and tell the truth to the nation, and sack the governor, if he is not telling the truth.
The farmers' agitation has only been suspended, and if there is any injustice, it will start again, he told reporters on the sidelines of an event in Haryana's Charkhi Dadri.
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