"Saturday's meeting will be an attempt to bring all farmer organizations working in the country under one umbrella to highlight the plight of farmers in an effective manner," he told reporters.
"This will also ensure speedy redressal of farmers' grievances," he said.
The Uttar Pradesh-based body, which is organizing the meeting, has often accused the Yogi Adityanath government of failing to fulfil promises made before the assembly election.
Dixit said the meeting is an attempt to wake up the ruling party and the state government and apprise them of the hardships being faced by the farming community.
"Both the Centre and the state government talk about enhancing the income of farmers. But the reality is that there is no visible road map to implement this," he said.
He said the agrarian crisis in the country was at an "explosive" stage.
"If the government does not wake up, the farmer organizations will gherao the UP Vidhan Bhawan before the monsoon session."
The state BJP spokesperson Navin Srivastava, however, trashed the claims made by Rashtriya Kisan Manch.
"These are baseless allegations levelled against the UP government. In fact, the work done by the Yogi Adityanath's government in one year exceeds the work done for the farmers by the previous state governments," he said.
He said the state government had done "outstanding" work for farmers growing wheat, potato and sugarcane.
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