The remark comes as farmers, mainly from Punjab and Haryana, head towards the national capital as part of their 'Delhi Chalo' march to protest the Centre's new agri-marketing laws.
Punjab farmer protests impact: Railways suffer loss of Rs 1,670 crore as 3,090 goods trains cancelled
As many as 520 rakes of coal could not be delivered to the five power plants in Punjab, leading to a loss of Rs 550 crore to the railways, they said.
Ryots are demanding the government to finalise the compensation issue before conducting survey of their lands.
The seven-hour meeting between the Centre and representatives of 30 Punjab farmers’ unions remained inconclusive, sources said, adding the farmers’ agitation in the state will continue.
According to the police, around 20 people carried a tractor on a truck to Rajpath-Man Singh Road crossing, unloaded it and set it on fire.
Along with many other opposition parties, Congress has claimed that the bills will harm the interest of farmers and benefit the corporates.
Police said adequate arrangements have been made to ensure the situation remains peaceful at the border areas.
Railway authorities said 14 pairs of special trains will remain suspended from September 24 till 26.
"Kisaan Bachao, Desh Bachao. Kisaan Virodhi Bill Da Asi Sarey Virod Karde Haan (Save farmers, save the country. We all oppose the anti-farmer Bills)," Dosanjh said in a tweet.