New Delhi: The farmers’ movement on the Delhi border, which has been going on for four days, is now taking a new turn. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who has been supportive of the movement since its inception, will meet farmers’ leaders tomorrow (Sunday). According to sources, the agitating farmers’ leader and the Delhi Chief Minister will hold a meeting tomorrow at the Delhi Assembly premises. The meeting is scheduled to be attended by some other senior party leaders, including Chief Minister Kejriwal. The meeting is expected to discuss agriculture bills and formulate the next strategy of the movement. It is learned that the big farmers’ leaders who are going to attend the meeting will have lunch in the assembly constituency. However, for the first time, farmers’ leaders agreed to take food during a meeting with a political party tomorrow. In this regard, the farmers have not yet given the opportunity to the leaders of any political party to take the stage. However, farmers’ organizations are now organizing panchayats in various places. In view of this, parties like the Congress and the RLD have been organizing Mahapanchayats in different places.