Union Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar was the notable exception who could not attend his scheduled chaupal in Rae Bareli.
The complaint has been filed against Mamata Banerjee, Subrata Bakshi and Derek O’Brien.
Singh called up Chief Minister Kalikho Pul and took stock of the situation in the state following the landslide in border town Tawang and floods in Changlang and a few other districts.
In the wake of reports of clashes in Mehsana town, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday called up Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel, who apprised him on the prevailing situation there.
“The world has started recognising India’s power. No country can avoid us and they have to keep India in their mind,” Singh said
“We don’t want to raise questions over sovereignty and self-respect of any country in the world. But if anyone raises questions over the sovereignty and self-respect of India, then it will not be tolerated at all,” Singh said.
The high-level meeting also discussed the issue of Pakistan’s denial of permission to an NIA team to visit the country in connection with the Pathankot airbase terror attack.
The minister also assured contractual employees demanding regularisation and better pay package of finding a “solution” to their problems since “there is no crunch of funds”.
The Home Minister’s statement came after clashes occurred at NIT, Srinagar following team India’s defeat against West Indies in the World Cup T20 semi-final.
Highlighting the steps taken by his government in this regard, Singh said that a few months ago he had visited the India-Bangladesh border and held “talks with the Bangladesh government”.
His body was flown to Thiruvananthapuram on Saturday, to be taken to his home in Alappuzha. But relatives reportedly found the body was decomposed, naked and wrapped in a black plastic sheet.
There have been reports that the central government may entrust the task of guarding this border to another border guarding force, Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP).
There are two militant groups in Meghalaya — HNLC and ANVC, both active in Khasi hills and Garo hills regions respectively.
Bharat Mata ki Jai is not merely a slogan. It was a mantra of inspiration to countless freedom fighters during the independence struggle. It is the heartbeat of a billion people today.
“I have come to know through the media that the Pakistan team is coming. We are fully prepared,” Singh said on the sidelines of a function in New Delhi.