Farmers protesting the new farm laws have said that today's talks is the Centre's last chance to call an emergency session of Parliament and repeat the controversial legislations. Farmers' representatives will meet the government today for the second meet in three days amid intensifying protests. The farmers also warned the government to stop trying to divide the farmers by calling the protests Punjab-centric. o reinforce the protest's pan-India nature, he said farmer leaders from other states must be invited to the talks. The centre had suggested forming a committee to look into the issues, which the farmers have rejected.