Meanwhile, the Haryana Police issued an advisory for the public, asking them to modify their travel plans.
She said that the state government should not be blamed for the high prices of items like potato or onion, which were earlier in the list of essential commodities.
The Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee has refused to budge from its stand till the farm laws issue is resolved.
The Western Railway (WR) on Monday said it restored 11 trains, which were either cancelled, short-terminated or short-originated, due to the farmers' agitation in Punjab.
At a time when most paddy farmers are struggling to get back on their feet after the five-month lockdown and untimely rains, the delay in procurement has become a cause for worry.
These trains will be the first set to be operated by the Railways after almost a two month suspension due to the farmers protest in the state.
The Railways has already suffered a loss of Rs 1,670 crore in freight earnings alone and the blockade had caused Rs 40,000 crore losses to the state so far.
Goods trains have not entered Punjab for nearly two months, except for two days in October, due to the rail blockade by farmers over the contentious farm laws.
The farmers' bodies had maintained that they would consider allowing passenger trains to run in the state if the Centre starts running goods trains first.
Krishna district Superintendent of Police M Ravindranath Babu said one Nagarjuna Seed Agency based in Telangana sold '1224 paddy variety' seeds to the farmers in six villages in Chatrai mandal.
The traders, however, refused to buy cotton from them stating they needed to prioritise farmers of Warangal.
The protests, which began on September 24, have affected 3,850 freight trains which could not be loaded.
While they used to make decent profit earlier, heavy losses have incurred since the procurement price have drastically dropped following the coronavirus pandemic.
Farmers, who are up in arms against three central farm laws, have been staging sit-ins at toll plazas in Punjab since October 1.
Bamb, who represents Gangapur constituency in Aurangabad district, is also the chairman of Gangapur co- operative Sugar factory.