He alleged that due to the "anti-people policies" of the NDA government, many sections of society have come out in protest.
She slammed the saffron party for "vitiating" the atmosphere of the country and said she is ready to join the farmers' protest in Delhi and extend her support to the cause.
Farmers from Punjab faced water cannons and broke police barriers at the state's border with Haryana as they pushed towards the national capital in their "Delhi Chalo" march.
Haryana has completely sealed its borders with Punjab to prevent farmers from entering the state.
Haryana has completely sealed its borders with Punjab to prevent farmers from entering the state for their onward march to Delhi to protest against the Centre's farm laws.
However, metro services will be available from Delhi towards the NCR sections, they said.
The Haryana Police on Thursday used water cannons and tear gas to disperse a group of farmers from Punjab who allegedly tried to jump police barricades to enter Haryana
Police, earlier, had to use water gas to disperse the crowd of angry farmers pelted stones at security forces deployed to control the crowd at the Shambhu border.
A day before the scheduled march, the Delhi police rejected permission for farmers unions from Punjab, Haryana, UP, Kerala and other states to hold the protest on 26th and 27th November
Earlier today, police used water cannon to disperse the farmers gathered at Shambhu border, near Ambala (Haryana), to proceed to Delhi to stage a demonstration against the farm laws.
Haryana put up road barricades along its border with Punjab on Wednesday as farmers in the adjoining state massed with their tractor-trailers for their "Delhi Chalo" march to protest against the laws.
At the Singhu border, the Delhi Police stationed trucks filled with sand to stop movement of tractors driven by farmers.
The shops and commercial establishments remained shut and roads wore a deserted look, with vehicles staying off the roads.
The Haryana police also used water cannons against the state's farmers on the national highway in Ambala and Kurukshetra to stop them from moving to Delhi.
The police had on Tuesday said that legal action would be taken against the protesting farmers if they come to the city for any gathering amid the COVID-19 pandemic.