Earlier, Shinde was scheduled to visit Patna on Tuesday, but due to non-availability of Nitish Kumar, the Home Minister had canceled his plans.
Shinde reiterated that the Bihar Government had received intelligence inputs from the Centre on specific threats to political rallies.
"We provide both general and specific information regarding possibility of blasts and other incidents. The state police must be alert while rallies are being organized," he told media in Patna.
On Wednesday morning, police arrested third suspected, identified as Tabish, from Motihari. Mohammad Imtiaz Ansari, mastermind of the blasts, was sent to seven days judicial custody on Tuesday by a court here while a second terror suspect is battling for life.