As the agitation peaked last year and farmers marched to Delhi, the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government worked overtime to woo them.
According to farmer leaders, Singhu border site was cleared by over 95 per cent and a cleaning exercise was initiated by farmer groups on Sunday.
Last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the Centre will bring necessary bills in the winter session of Parliament beginning later this month to repeal the farm laws.
In the last 12 months, several of them left the protest site to be with their families or to get back to work and most of them joined the protests in alternate batches.
As the prime minister has announced readiness to repeal the laws, farmers' unions celebrated the occasion while resolving to continue the struggle till their remaining demands are accepted.
The non-violent struggle is unique saga of valour: Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi on farmers' stir
The movement against three new farm laws of the Centre began with a 'Dilli Chalo' programme on November 26-27 last year.
Farmers have been protesting against three central agri laws on various borders of Delhi since November 26 last year.
Whenever the protests would take a brutal turn, the duo provided first aid to the injured and for days and nights together, the two have toiled without regret.
PM Modi exhorted the agitating farmers to call off their protests and return to their homes, while apologizing for not being able to convince some of the farmers.
Dr Varinder Pal Singh of Atam Pargas said that a team of coordinators had committed over 60 hours of research and due diligence for each family.
Senior advocate Dushyant Dave had informed the top court that it was the police who were creating blockades and causing inconvenience to commuters.
Centre should listen to 'right thinking people' in BJP: Farmer leaders on Guv Malik's offer of mediation
Malik, who has been supporting the protesting farmers, on Sunday asserted that he is ready to mediate if the Centre agrees to give legal guarantee on minimum support price (MSP) for crops.
The body of Lakhbir Singh (35) from Punjab's Tarn Taran, was found tied to an overturned police barricade at the site where farmers are protesting three Central farm laws for over 10 months.
The country has paid the price of upsetting Punjab in the past, he said, referring to former prime minister Indira Gandhi's assassination during Khalistan militancy.
The farmers have been protesting on the borders agitating against three contentious farm laws.