The farmers' agitation has only been suspended, and if there is any injustice, it will start again, he told reporters on the sidelines of an event in Haryana's Charkhi Dadri.
The protesting farmers had been demanding a complete farm loan waiver, compensation to the families of those who died during the year-long anti-farm laws stir and withdrawal of criminal cases.
Farmers under the banner of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee started the agitation on Monday, demanding besides loan waiver, compensation to families of farm alws protest victims.
The train movement was affected in the state due to their "rail roko" agitation, which started under the banner of the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee.
As the agitation peaked last year and farmers marched to Delhi, the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government worked overtime to woo them.
According to farmer leaders, Singhu border site was cleared by over 95 per cent and a cleaning exercise was initiated by farmer groups on Sunday.
Addressing a gathering at the Ghazipur border, Yadav said this is not a day for speeches, adding that whatever the farmers had said, they have done it.
SKM headquarters now stands empty as farmers head home; local traders hope business will pick up soon
The SKM HQ, housed in a godown of tiles along the highway blockaded by the protesting farmers in Haryana's Kundli, served as a nerve centre for their movement, hosting countless meetings.
Students, elders make it a point to gather at Singhu border to bid farewell to farmers who had ‘become like family’
Langars (community kitchen) were set-up at many places for farmers by locals and given roti, dal, vegetables, milk, bread pakoras, parshad, jalebis.
Farmers at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders had assembled early in the morning at their respective entry points to leave together in a victory procession they called ‘Fateh march’.
The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), an umbrella body of 40 farmers' unions, on Thursday had decided to suspend the over a year-long farmers' movement against the three contentious farm laws.
Before bidding farewell to Singhu, some farmers performed 'havans' and sang 'kirtans', and some danced to 'bhangra' songs to mark the day as 'Vijay Diwas'.
He said the farmers opposed the three agri marketing laws as they were 'somehow convinced' these were made to help corporates and that cultivators will be at the mercy of large firms.
The farmers lifted blockades on highways at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders and took out a 'Victory March' to celebrate the repeal of three contentious farm laws.