The decision to this effect was taken by representatives of several farmers' organisations at a meeting in Chandigarh.
Amid protests over the recently enacted farm laws in different parts of the country, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had termed them as long-waiting reforms in the agriculture sector.
The 'rail roko' agitation had started on Thursday, forcing the railway authorities to suspend the operation of special passenger trains in the state.
A call for a 'rail roko' agitation has already been given by the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee from September 24 to 26.
Different farmer organisations in Punjab have already given a call for a "bandh" on September 25 in protest against the Bills.