He also advised the youths to understand their duties towards the country and spoke about India's defence policy.
Trying to allay the fears of the Christian community, the Minister clarified that there is nothing in the proposed legislation that curtails the constitutionally provided religious rights.
The annual pilgrimage to the high altitude cave shrine could not happen in 2020 and 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Haryana government has decided to constitute an Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) and do security audit of all police offices and government buildings in the state so as to avert any untoward incidents.
The body of Chowrasia was found hanging with a rope tied around his neck in an abandoned room of the railway quarters near his house.
Minister Araga Jnanendra also said the government will appoint a special prosecutor to argue on behalf of CID in this case so that the guilty should get punishment.
Both the leaders were involved in a blistering attack on each other over several issues ranging from the implementation of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) to corruption in Bengal.
The home minister will on Thursday inaugurate BSF's floating border outposts at Hingalganj and lay the foundation stone of the 'Maitri' museum at Haridaspur, official sources said.
If the PSI exam is re-conducted under the inefficient Home minister, it will not be a surprise if the new incoming PSIs are also inefficient and corrupt, he added.
BJP state president K Surendran informed that the visit was postponed due to some “official reason” and a new date will be intimated soon.
Priyank Kharge demanded the resignation of Home Minister Araga Jnanedra on moral grounds.
The incident occurred in the home district of Law and Parliamentary Affairs minister J C Madhuswamy.
The home minister said the Narendra Modi government has adopted a zero-tolerance policy towards terrorism and was working to root out the menace from India.
Ten houses which have been fully damaged will be rebuilt with government support.
Retracting his statement, Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra said it was source-based information, which was 'wrong'.