The Supreme Court-appointed committee will start meeting farmers groups from Thursday, one of its members said on Tuesday.
The unions protesting on the borders of Delhi for almost two months have so far refused to meet with the panel.
On the other hand, the farmers are yet to seek permission from the Delhi Police for their scheduled rally on January 26.
Key committee member Anil Ghanwat said on Tuesday that the members of the Supreme Court-appointed panel on farm laws will not let their personal views on these Acts come in the way of their deliberations with various stakeholders, while asserting that they are not on the side of any party or the government.
The Supreme Court had set up the four-member panel on 11 January, but one of them, Bhupinder Singh Mann, recused himself later after questions were raised by the agitating farmer unions about the views expressed by all members in the past in support of the contentious laws.
Farmers have planned a mega tractor rally on January 26 and target to gather an estimated 1 lakh people to press for their demands, including legal guarantee for Minimum Support Price. They plan to circle Delhi via the 60-km-long Outer Ring Road.
Their “trail run” on January 7 had drawn 10,000 participants.
Protesting farmer unions, who reacted to the apex court’s Monday order saying the rally was their “constituitional right” have also repeatedly assured that the protest will be “peaceful.”