India, Feb. 24 -- Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait on Tuesday warned that farmers would gherao Parliament if the Centre does not repeal the three contentious farm laws.

"The government is not ready to listen and has decided to rob the farmers. This time, we will gherao the Parliament. We will announce it and then march towards Delhi. This time there will be 40 lakh tractors instead of four lakh tractors," he said while addressing meetings of farmers in Churu and Sikar districts of Rajasthan.

The Budget session of Parliament which began on January 29 is currently on recess till March 7. The session ends on April 8.

Tikait alleged that corporates had prepared warehouses to store grains even before the farm laws were passed.