He also claimed that the new laws will privatise the agriculture sector and farmers will become bonded labourers of big industrialists.
Nath led a farmers' tractor rally in Depalpur, about 50 km from Indore, to protest against the new agri laws.
The farmers of Madhya Pradesh are simple and the three new laws are against their interests, he claimed.
The dramatic collapse of the 15-month-old Congress government helmed by party veteran Kamal Nath was the biggest political event of 2020 in Madhya Pradesh.
Sonia Gandhi set to hold discussions with Congress top brass, including 'letter writers', this weekend
Sources said Gandhi has fixed a series of meetings on December 19 and 20 with Congress leaders to decide on key issues concerning the party.
The Commission has also asked the Union Home Secretary to initiate "appropriate departmental action" against the IPS officers.
Vijayvargiya, the former MP minister and present BJP national general secretary in-charge of West Bengal made the disclosure while addressing the party’s Kisan Sammelan in Indore.
Kamal Nath has made it clear that he will quit active politics only on the day the people of his constituency Chhindwara want him to do so.
Last week, Kamal Nath met some senior party leaders at his residence and also called on Congress chief Sonia Gandhi following her return from Goa after a health break.
Nath's comments, made at a party event on Sunday, came over a month after the Congress won just 9 out of the 28 assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh where bypolls were held in early November.
Thousands of farmers have been protesting on various borders of the national capital against the three farm laws enacted in September.
Among the 19 seats where BJP was leading, it was ahead by convincing margins in at least 11 seats, including in Badnawar, Suvasra, Sanchi, Sanver, Nepanagar, Mandhata and Gwalior.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Saturday alleged that MLAs of the BJP were receiving calls from state Congerss chief Kamal Nath who is trying to lure them.
Reports of firing near polling booths to intimidate voters came from Sumaoli assembly seat of Morena district and Mehgaon seat of Bhind district.
Vehicles carrying workers of the two parties came face to face in Tilagara, some 60 kilometres from the district headquarters