A day after strongly slamming the Centre over the National Registration of Citizens (NRC) draft report in Assam, West Bengal chief minister and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee met a number of political leaders during her three-day visit in Delhi to up the ante against the Narendra Modi government. After meeting Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday over the issue, the West Bengal CM met BJP veteran LK Advani in the Parliament on Wednesday. Pointing out that it was a courtesy call she said, \u201cKnow Advani Ji for a long time. I met him and asked him about his health today\u201d. Mamata Banerjee, who yesterday warned of a ''\u00e7ivil war' on the issue also met Samajwadi Party leader Jaya Bachchan and senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel. She is also slated to meet UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and her Delhi counterpart Arvind Kejriwal later in the day. "Assam is the border of our Bengal. It will affect us also. It is our neighbour, will we not raise our voice if our neighbor is unhappy?" she asked. The CM also met former PM HD Deve Gowda in the national capital. Delhi: West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee meets former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda at Karnataka Bhawan pic.twitter.com\/d9gUEnz0Zr \u2014 ANI (@ANI) August 1, 2018 During her meeting with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, the chief minister was assured that the NRC draft was published in accordance with the provisions of the Assam Accord. \u201cThe Chief Minister of West Bengal Ms @MamataOfficial met me today regarding publication of draft NRC. I told her that the draft NRC had been published in accordance with the provisions of Assam Accord and as per decisions taken in a tripartite meeting on February 05, 2005 between the Centre, State Government of Assam and All Assam Students Union to update NRC, 1951,\u201d Singh tweeted. Hitting out at the BJP-led government at the Centre, the West Bengal Chief Minister had earlier accused the party of resorting to \u2018divide and rule\u2019 policy in the country. \u201cThey are trying to divide people, there will be a bloodbath and civil war in the country,\u201d she said, adding that \u201cmore than 40 lakhs people voted yesterday for the ruling party and suddenly today they have been made refugees in their own country,\u201d she had said. Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut met West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee in Parliament, today. pic.twitter.com\/4ZX0ALrFW2 \u2014 ANI (@ANI) August 1, 2018 \u201cI came here to talk on NRC. Submitted a list of 40 lakh people who had been left out. I have told him that his leadership is claiming that next NRC would be in Bengal. Who has given them that authority?,\u201d she told reporters after meeting the home minister. Delhi: West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC Chief Mamata Banerjee met Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Bachchan inside Parliament. pic.twitter.com\/eO4yMVxGEC \u2014 ANI (@ANI) August 1, 2018 On Tuesday, she also met Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief and MP Sharad Pawar and his daughter MP Supriya Sule, apart from Ram Jethmalani, Yashwant Sinha and Shatrughan Sinha. Reaching out to senior BJP leaders Yashwant Sinha and Shatrughan Sinha on the NRC issue in Assam, she said, "I have urged Yashwant Sinha and Shatrughan Sinha as well to send a team to Assam to check the reality of National Register of Citizens (NRC)\u201d. In the meantime, while accusing Mamata Banerjee of inciting \u201chatred and tension\u201d, the BJP\u2019s youth wing has filed a complaint against her for remarks against NRC draft report in Assam. #WATCH: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee meets senior BJP leader Lal Krishna Advani in Parliament. #Delhi pic.twitter.com\/5YbkKDUXj3 \u2014 ANI (@ANI) August 1, 2018 Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha on Tuesday approached Naharkatia police station in Upper Assam\u2019s Dibrugarh district after she warned the BJP that the exclusion of 40 lakh people from the NRC would lead to a \u201ccivil war\u201d. \u201cYou cannot just drive away people who have been staying here for 100, 200, 30 years\u2026 I am shocked to see how Indians became foreigners\u2026 shocked to see that even relatives of former President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed have not made it to the NRC,\u201d she had said. An NRC draft report released in Assam today did not include nearly 40 lakh people leading to a war of words between Government and the Opposition.