Singh’s comments came hours after a BSF and adjoining army camps in Baramulla were attacked by heavily armed militants Sunday night.
The directive was given during an hour-long meeting the Home Minister had with top security officials, including National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, besides others.
Earlier, in a message to the youth of the state, Wani had said they should follow their dreams and fulfil the aim of their life by taking the right path.
Meanwhile, protesters held a massive rally in Kulgam district shouting pro-Azadi slogans. Separatist called marches were also held in Qaimoh, Khudwani and Redwani towns.
The Home Minister spoke for the first time on the controversy and said “If some people are forced to leave their native place by any individual or gang, the state government must take proper action”.
Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju and senior officers of the ministry will attend the meeting organised by the Department of Border Management, Ministry of Home Affairs.
The conclave, with an eye on Mission 265 plus in the 403-member Uttar Pradesh assembly will adopt a resolution on organisation, a rare move, apart from the political and economic resolutions
Rajnath Singh has said he was not keen on returning to state politics. However, it is almost certain that he will play a prominent role during the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections in 2017.
Speculations suggest that Home Minister Rajnath Singh could play a “lead role” in BJP’s campaign for the UP Assembly Elections in 2017.
“If state government demands a CBI probe, we are ready for it,” Singh said addressing a ‘Samajik Nyay Sammelan’ in Mau district.
Singh was at Gogunda near Udaipur Tuesday on the occasion of the 475th birth anniversary of Pratap, which was celebrated by the state government with a grand event that also had Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje in attendance.
The Home Minister said Pakistan should prove that it was not supporting terrorism by allowing the NIA team to visit Pakistan.
Agreements on the Global Entry programme and the Homeland Security Presidential Directive-6 (HSPD-6) are expected to be signed during the US-India Homeland Security Dialogue in July.
A violent Jat agitation had crippled the state in February, which resulted in the death of many people and widespread damage to property.
External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said government will assist the family of the Congolese youth Masunda Kitanda Oliver to come to India and to take his mortal remains.