At the Singhu and Tikri borders, too, the crowds have thinned. But farmer leaders say this is just a temporarily lull and the people will return by the coming weekend.
Claudia Webbe also extended support to climate activist, Disha Ravi, who has been arrested in connection with the 'toolkit' case, related to the farmers' agitations.
Another Labour MP Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi also pushed for a debate over 'the largest protest on the planet', in the main Commons chamber itself.
Kamal Soi said he had difference of opinions with the agitating farmers but he went to the Singhu border in December and distributed 500 jackets and other items to them on humanitarian grounds.
The police have stepped up security and made all arrangements for traffic diversion, said officials, adding adequate police personnel were deployed in Punjab and Haryana.
Farmers have been protesting at different borders of the national capital since November 26 last year against the three newly enacted farm laws.
Many opposition parties have appealed to the Centre to withdraw the three laws and not make it a prestige issue and have also termed the laws as 'kala kanoon'.
The Opposition has been unyielding on their demand for a separate discussion on the subject and Rajya Sabha, on the other hand, has completed the discussion on the motion of thanks.
The international chorus grew after pop star Rihanna tweeted an article on internet suspension at the protest sites.
The farmer had gone to the farmers' protest site on the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border and died in an accident near there, police said.
Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said those who ruled the country for decades are now questioning the government for not bringing legislation on minimum support price for foodgrains.
Supriya Sule of NCP, Kanimozhi and Tiruchi Siva from the DMK, Saugata Roy from TMC were part of the delegation.
New entrants are reaching the protest site, venturing out up to where the Delhi Police has heavily barricaded the road clicking selfies and making videos to send back home.
Despite elaborate arrangements made by the police, farmers in large numbers continued to join fellow protesters at the Ghazipur site for the third day in a row.
The journalist also misbehaved with police personnel and was detained, the officer said.