The Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee has refused to budge from its stand till the farm laws issue is resolved.
The Western Railway (WR) on Monday said it restored 11 trains, which were either cancelled, short-terminated or short-originated, due to the farmers' agitation in Punjab.
The secretary has sent the invitation to the farmer bodies on behalf of Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar.
These trains will be the first set to be operated by the Railways after almost a two month suspension due to the farmers protest in the state.
Goods trains have not entered Punjab for nearly two months, except for two days in October, due to the rail blockade by farmers over the contentious farm laws.
The farmers' bodies had maintained that they would consider allowing passenger trains to run in the state if the Centre starts running goods trains first.
The protests, which began on September 24, have affected 3,850 freight trains which could not be loaded.
Farmers, who are up in arms against three central farm laws, have been staging sit-ins at toll plazas in Punjab since October 1.
These laws came into being from September 27 after President Ram Nath Kovind's assent.
Supply of commodities like fertilisers and coal for power plants has been hit due to the weeks-long standoff between farmer unions and the Railways.
The party claims to have already collected 16 lakh signatures from TN farmers against the laws and plans to begin its rally on November 22 with a state-conference in Coimbatore.
The seven-hour meeting between the Centre and representatives of 30 Punjab farmers’ unions remained inconclusive, sources said, adding the farmers’ agitation in the state will continue.
While their Dilli Challo programme on November 26-27 is as per schedule, they will celebrate Diwali by lighting torches.
Bharatiya Kisan Union (Rajewal) president Balbir Singh Rajewal said farmers' organisations have received an invitation.
Alleging that the BJD and BJP are two sides of the same coin, Patnaik said that the ruling party in Odisha has not protested against anti-farmer laws till now.