Khattar said farmers may resume their agitation later if they wish, but they must stop it as of now.
In a statement, the SKM said that large convoys of farmers arrived at the two border points on Monday and this will now continue.
COVID-19: Protesting farmers undertake disinfection drives, serve 'kadha' in langars to keep pandemic at bay
Farmers said that they have not got any support from the government and that all measures taken to curb the spread of the virus at the Tikri border have been taken by them only.
The SKM has maintained that the Kisan Social Army was never the authorised social media voice of the farmers group and none of its handles have anything to do with the movement.
HC grants bail to anti-CAA activist Natasha Narwal to perform last rites of father who died of Covid
The court granted the relief as Natasha Narwal's brother is also infected with COVID-19 and the state did not oppose the plea moved by her through advocate Adit S Pujari.
Protestors carried placards reading "Hindu Lives Matter", "Protest Against Hindu Genocide" to draw attention to the killings that followed soon after the poll results.
The farmers group said the case concerns the 26-year-old woman who came from West Bengal along with some persons posing to be "Kisan Social Army" members.
Amid a second wave of COVID-19, farmers took out protest marches at several places, including Moga, Patiala, Amritsar, Ajnala, Nabha, Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur and Bathinda.
Punjab's 32 farmer unions, protesting the Central farm laws, had announced to hold street protests against the lockdown in the state and urged shopkeepers to defy the restrictions.
Manchester United's Premier League clash against Liverpool on Sunday had to be postponed after fans entered Old Trafford and onto the pitch to express their anger towards the club's owners.
On Monday, women from Rasulpur, Deobhog, Chatra and Galupad villages joined hands to stage a stir against the construction of the SeTP and halted the construction work.
Tikait and other leaders addressed the 'Mahapanchayat' in a village near Ambala Cantonment on Saturday.
The farmers celebrated the 400th birth anniversary of the ninth Guru of Sikhs Sri Tegh Bahadur on Friday.
'Farmer unions ready to discuss agri laws with Centre but it has to be about repealing those': Tikait
Tikait, who has in recent months addressed a series of farmers' gatherings across Haryana, said the tillers have been agitating for more than five months near various borders of the national capital.
The trade unions deplore the "callous attitude" of the government in handling the COVID-19 crisis, the statement said.