"Central government has provided adequate security to the Gujarat Chief Minister," Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde told reporters.
Modi has been accorded Z-plus security with round-the-clock protection by elite National Security Guard commandos.
Shinde said that he would visit Patna on Tuesday to assess the situation there following the serial blasts in the city that has claimed six lives and injured more than 80 people.
"I will review the situation in Patna on Tuesday. It is premature to say anything about the blast now as investigation is still going on," he said.
The Home Minister said that one of the injured persons, suspected to be involved in the blasts, has been arrested.
Six persons were killed in the seven low intensity serial blasts of which six bombs went off in and around the venue of Modi's mega rally at Gandhi Maidan shortly before his address before a huge gathering on Monday.


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