The prime minister landed this morning at Bathinda from where he was to go to the national martyrs' memorial at Hussainiwala.
The award, instituted by Malayala Manorama, carries a cash prize of Rs 3 lakh, citation and a gold medallion. The date of the award ceremony will be announced later.
The Delhi Police will remove the multiple layers of barricades at the three farmers' protest sites in a phased manner to facilitate the movement of the protesters who will start returning home from December 11.
The decision to end the 15-month-long protest was made after a consensus was reached over a revised draft proposal of the Centre on their pending demands.
The likely discussions with the two ministers will take place hours before the scheduled meeting at 2 pm of the SKM, which is spearheading the movement against three farm laws.
President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday gave his assent to the Farm Laws Repeal Act 2021 that was passed by both houses of Parliament by voice vote on Monday.
The Farm Laws Repeal Bill, 2021 now awaits the assent of President Ram Nath Kovind for the formal withdrawal of the three laws.
The decision to suspend the march comes two days ahead of the commencement of the Winter Session of Parliament.
The body said that its agitation will not be called off at Delhi's border points, till the three farm laws, which triggered a year of protests by farmers, are formally repealed in Parliament.
The State Government is also pressing the Central Government to designate wild boars as vermins, so as to enable the farmers to kill the wild boards that attack human beings and cause large-scale destruction to crops.