Addressing another farmers' gathering in Rasda, Tikait said a long fight will be fought and success will be achieved.
In order to mobilise the historical crowd in Panchayat, BKU leaders were visiting villages and talking to farmers for the last several days.
The mahapanchayats are being held near the four assembly constituencies which are headed for bypolls.
The meeting came ahead of a 'Kisan Mahapanchayat' that Kejriwal is scheduled to address on February 28 in Western UP's Meerut.
Congress party would support farmers till the Modi government repeals the three farm laws, Gandhi said.
The move comes a day after it announced a four-hour nationwide 'rail roko' on February 18 to press for their demands.
District Magistrate Saharanpur had issued an order imposing section 144 in the area till April 5 ahead of her visit.
The move comes ahead of the Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's visit to attend kisan mahapanchayat.
Village pradhan Tekram demanded the immediate repeal of the three new laws, enactment of a law guaranteeing minimum support price (MSP), and implementation of the Swaminathan report.
The police said they are collecting evidence including video clips in connection with the incident and would take action against those who are found involved in it.
National president of Kisan Mahapanchayat, Rampal Jat said that if the demands of the farmers are not met by the govt, they would be forced to travel to Delhi by adopting any possible means.