The state government, in a letter to the MHA, has also sought to know the reasons why it was not consulted before the decision to hand over the governor's security to the CRPF was taken.
Shah is expected to celebrate Diwali and Gujarati New Year on October 27-28 along with his family in his home state, a senior BJP leader said here.
Amit Shah is so indispensable to the BJP that he continues as party chief even after his appointment as the Home Minister of India, and despite that fact that the BJP usually follows the one-man, one-post rule
"Birthday greetings to my colleague in the Union Cabinet, a hardworking, experienced and an able organisational person. While playing an important role in government, he is making a valuable contribution to make India stronger and safer," the prime minister wrote on Twitter.
Addressing a joint column of police and paramilitary personnel after paying homage to police martyrs, Shah said India's stride into the world as a powerful nation is ensured by the work of these men and women in khaki who render dedicated national service.
Noting that a "misunderstanding between the forces" led to the killing of Border Security Force (BSF) head constable Vijay Bhan Singh, Khan said, "Steps would be taken to ensure that such incidents don't recur. If needed, I will talk to Amit Shah to defuse the situation."
The home minister has directed all central security forces to display Patel's portrait in their offices with the following Hindi message: 'Bharat Ki Suraksha Aur Ekta Ko Ham Akshun Rakhenge' (We will keep the security and unity of India intact).
Amit Shah told Network 18 Group Editor-in-Chief Rahul Joshi that abrogation of Article 370 has strengthened the party’s position in Haryana
Shah also shed light on Uniform Civil Code, saying the BJP "will act on it at the right time".
Amit Shah said another big factor that has worked in BJP's favour in Haryana is Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar having maintained a corruption-free image
Amit Shah also predicted a two-thirds majority for the NDA in Maharashtra and did not ruled out his party getting an absolute majority on its own
Amit Shah added that at the national level, BJP and JD(U) are working under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and in the state they will do so under the leadership of CM Nitish Kumar
However, in an exclusive interview to Network 18’s Group Editor-in-Chief Rahul Joshi, did not ruled out the BJP getting an absolute majority on its own
With only a few days to go for polling, leaders from all parties are involved in the last leg of campaigning across both states
Attending the 35th Raising Day celebrations of the counter-terror force NSG as the chief guest here, Shah said the recent decision to repeal special provisions in J and K will help to "completely eradicate" the Pakistan-sponsored terrorism from the Kashmir Valley.
With the BJP generally following the norm of 'one person one post', it was expected that Shah will make way for a new leader after being inducted as a Cabinet minister by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his government.
The conference, also to be addressed by National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval, is expected to formulate a comprehensive counter-terrorism action plan and how to enhance cooperation among ATS of different states.
Emphasising on the need to use technology for good governance, Shah while addressing the 14th annual convention of the Central Information Commission (CIC) here, said that the government has used technology in several initiatives like Jan Dhan accounts, Aadhaar, mobile and usage of Gem portal for purchasing.
Justice H L Dattu, Chairperson of the NHRC will preside over the function, a senior official said.
The convention, a key feature of the CIC which is the highest adjudicating body for RTI matters, is an occasion for information commissioners from across the country, officials handling information seeking applications, and applicants to deliberate on issues affecting the transparency system.
This comes in the backdrop of the gruesome triple murder in Murshidabad district and alleged attack on BJP workers across the state.
On Thursday, he addressed four rallies in Maharashtra during which he attacked the Congress-NCP alliance.
The BJP chief made the announcement at a campaign rally here for the October 21 Maharashtra Assembly elections.
Lavishing praise on Narendra Modi for doing a "great job" of abrogating Article 370 which granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir, Shah said the prime minister has ensured national security.
Shah will address a public gathering in Melghat constituency, a tribal belt where the BJP has fielded Ramesh Mavaskar, a fresh fresh, in place of sitting MLA Prabhudas Bhilavekar.