He also accused the Congress of trying to gain political mileage over the issue with an eye on the Lok Sabha elections next year.
The opposition does not have any issue left so it is raking up Rafale deal issue,” the home minister told reporters after a meeting of the Central Zonal Council here.
“After clarifications from Hollande there is no room for any doubt about the deal. The Congress is making it an issue to gain political mileage in 2019 Lok Sabha polls,” Singh said.
On Kashmir issue, Singh said, “I think the matter will be resolved. The problem is not increasing. We are ready to talk to everyone. As far as terrorism is concerned, all security agencies are working in coordination.”
About the issues raised in the zonal council meeting, the home minister said that out of 22 points, 20 have been resolved, adding in the last four years, in 12 meetings, 680 issues were discussed of which 428 were resolved.
The Central Zonal Council comprises Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Uttarakhand. The council’s meeting aims at addressing common concerns of the participating states and settling cross-border concerns, if any.