The Aam Aadmi Party will also hold candle marches across the state to pay tribute to the farmers who died during the ongoing agitation against the farm legislations.
Sidhu had on Sunday written to Amarinder Singh, seeking action on the farmers' demands including cancellation of "unfair" FIRs registered against growers during their agitation.
The SAD had also said its workers would take out a protest march from Gurdwara Rakabganj to Parliament to seek the repeal of the three farm laws.
Sidhu wrote to the chief minister two days after meeting representatives of 32 farm bodies which had raised their demands with him.
He also said that Haryana has been paying the highest MSP in the country for sugarcane to its farmers for the last seven years.
CM Stalin also announced that all cases filed against the farmers and others who staged demonstrations against the three laws would be withdrawn.
About 300 farm unions and members of organisations that work for the welfare of women, labourers, tribals as well as youth and students participated.
Scores of farmers on Friday launched an indefinite agitation in Jalandhar and blocked train movement on the Ludhiana-Amritsar and the Ludhiana-Jammu railway routes.
BKS functionary Dinesh Kulkarni said that farmers should get 'remunerative price' for their produce to cover their cost of production, which they are not getting in the existing system.
Farmer groups have alleged that the laws will end the mandi and MSP procurement systems, leaving them at the mercy of big corporates.
Following a national call by the Samyukt Kisan Morcha, farmers across the country will mark the day with 'tiranga rallies' at block and tehsil levels.
He also reiterated the SP is preparing to win 400 out of the total 403 seats in the elections.
The umbrella body said the government's "failure" to support farmers during natural calamities, hike in fuel prices and the recent Pegasus snooping row were among the issues discussed at the Sansad.
The SKM here also reiterated their earlier decision that no "official flag hoisting functions" or "march with the national flag" would be opposed by farmers till August 15.
The umbrella body of 40 farmer unions said in a statement that the other programmes of boycott and flag protests against the BJP and the JJP will continue.