On Sunday, Union minister Som Parkash had to face the ire of farmers as they tried to stop his vehicle near the BJP district office in Hoshiarpur where he had gone for a meeting with party workers.
Ansari has been lodged in the Rupnagar district jail in Punjab in case of extortion since January 2019.
While committing his party to work alongside all like-minded parties to restore the original Act, Bhunder also said the passage of the Bill by the Parliament was a fraud with the Constitution.
Speaker Rana K P Singh adjourned the House twice and asked Akali Dal members not to disrupt the proceedings.
SAD leader Sharanjit Singh Dhillon said that the state government should reduce the 27 per cent tax imposed on petrol and diesel and not pass on the entire blame to the central government.
Cheema also said that despite the warning, no concrete steps were taken to control the situation and ensure free and fair elections in the state.
SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal that farmers are on one platform against the Centre's three contentious agricultural laws.
Realizing that the public mood is against them, many candidates of the SAD or the BJP are fighting the election as independents.
Badal also asked Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar to name one political party which is representative of farmers and has welcomed the three laws.
According to SAD MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal who coordinated the visit, the leaders were not allowed to cross the barricades and reach the protest site.
He (Sukhbir) was sitting on the front seat of his bulletproof SUV when a mob pelted stones, near the SDM office at Jalalabad.
The Aam Aadmi Party alleged that nomination papers of their candidates were torn by some Congress activists with nominees being manhandled.
Badal also requested his party's Delhi unit chief Harmit Singh Kalka to establish a control room in the national capital to ensure that aggrieved families were given assistance.
Badal said he spoke to Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait, who is leading the farmers' protest at Ghazipur, and assured him of all support.
The SAD leader also said that farmers have been discussing these issues with the government, but there has been no outcome.