According to reports, these posters first appeared on Thursday, the 15th day of the farmers’ agitation.
SAD had on Saturday quit the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) over the farm bills issue, the third major party to walk out of the BJP-led coalition in the last couple of years.
The plan was put on hold after the TMC launched an aggressive campaign highlighting how the bills will affect the farmers.
CPI(M) farmers wing 'Sara Bharat Krishak Sabha' and those of other left partners such as CPI, Forward Bloc and RSP took out rallies in the districts and blocked roads for some time.
Farmers across the country have taken to the street to protest against the three contentious farm bills which were passed by the government in the Parliament earlier this week.
Claiming that 70 lakh farmers in the state have been deprived of the benefits of the programme, Dhankhar said the "palpable injustice" to them is "poor politics".