Shiv Sena leaders including party MPs Arvind Sawant and Sanjay Raut on Tuesday met Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait at Ghazipur (Delhi-Uttar Pradesh) border.
The Shiv Sena has been supporting the farmers who are agitating at Delhi's border points for over two months against the Centre's three new farm laws.
Speaking to reporters after the meeting, Raut said that the government should properly speak to farmers, adding that ego would not help in running the country.
"We spoke to Tikait sahib, gave our message and expressed solidarity," added Raut.
Farmers' protest sites at Delhi's borders turned into fortresses Monday as police beefed up security and strengthened barricades.
Workers under the watch of police personnel hooked iron rods between two rows of cement barriers on a flank of the main highway at the Singhu border to further restrict the movement of protesters.
Another portion of the highway at the Delhi-Haryana border is practically blocked now as a makeshift cement wall has come up there.
At Ghazipur on the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border, there are multi-layer barricades to stop the movement of vehicles.
Barbed wire has also been put up to keep off people on foot.
Protesters have been pouring in as the Bharatiya Kisan Union members and its leader Rakesh Tikait have stayed pitched at Ghazipur's UP Gate, occupying a stretch of the Delhi-Meerut highway since November last year.
(With inputs from agencies)