“Farmers are not fighting for them but for the next generation…The Bheem Army will provide all kind of support and protection to the farmers,” Azad said in a video message.
He may also go to Singhu border where thousands of farmers from Punjab and Haryana have protested for four consecutive days.
Thousands of farmers have gathered in Delhi from five directions since November 27, protesting farm laws.
Though the Modi government has designated Burari ground as a protest site, and asked farmers to shift to the ground, farm organisations have rejected the proposal.
Bharatiya Kisan Union (Kadian) president Harmeet Singh Kadian said that the representatives of several farmer organisations had rejected Shah’s proposal for early discussions also.
“We have decided not to shift to the Burari ground in the national capital and stay put at the borders. We came to know that Burari ground is an open jail, not a ground. The farmers want to protest at the Jantar Mantar. We will block Delhi from five entry points. If we are terrorists, the workers and leaders of the ruling party should not consume food and milk produced by us,” said Kadian while addressing the media on Sunday.