While giving the blockade call earlier this month, the Samyukta Kisan Morcha had also said farmers will also march to Parliament in May.
The leaders also shared their plans of forming a committee to control protesters if there is police action in parliament march.
Farmers have been protesting seeking repeal of the three contentious farm laws on the borders of New Delhi for the last five months now.
During the nationwide strike on March 26 that also marks four months of the farmers' movement, all shops and other business establishments will remain shut for 12 hours.
A memorandum addressed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi was handed over to officials to mark the 110th day of the agitation at Delhi border, Samyukta Kisan Morcha statement read.
Several farmers who were part of the agitation against the three farm legislations had died due to varied reasons, including health issues like heart attack.
The US had earlier come out in support of India's new farm laws, saying it welcomes steps that would 'improve the efficiency' of Indian markets and attract greater private sector investment.
The Metro stations which have been closed until further notice are Lal Quila, Jama Masjid, Janpath, Central Secretariat, Vishwavidyalaya, Mandi House, ITO and Delhi Gate.
'But our agitation will continue and there will be public meetings and hunger strike across the country on January 30,' farmer leader Darshan Pal said.
They were safely rescued by Delhi Police personnel after being stuck for almost two hours in the afternoon, provided refreshments and subsequently escorted away, a senior officer said.
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Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav too flayed the Centre, accusing it of seeking to mortgage the country to the rich.