Sources said the attack by around 300 Naxals has rattled the government and the meeting was likely to discuss a tactical shift in future anti-Naxal operations, with a focus on greater involvement by state police forces.
Singh asserted that the Centre and the state would work together to take the Naxals on.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh paid tributes to the martyred CRPF personnel, in Raipur, Chhattisgarh today.
"We have accepted it as a challenge".
To pay homage to the jawans, Rajnath Singh reached Raipur along with Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir and CRPF's Additional Director General Sudeep Lakhtakia.
He said the CRPF contingent did not try to sanitise the area when they saw the movement of villagers towards the weekly market, held on Mondays from 9 a.m.to 5 p.m.
They also oppose efforts to build new roads and infrastructure in remote areas because it undermines their long-running campaign against India's security forces.
The security operations are carried out by paramilitary forces with support from state police. They were ambushed by Maoists on Monday killing 25 CRPF jawans.
"The attack on CRPF men was an act of desperation in their battle against development mission initiated by State Government", added the Union Home Minister.
The CRPF team of 99 members were helping in building a road in this Maoists stronghold.
The Minister accused the Maoists of using tribals as fodder.
Asked by a reporter if Monday's Naxal attack indicated an "Intelligence failure", Rajnath Singh said "this is not the time for a blame game".
"Chief Minister Raman Singh ji and the Bharatiya Janata Party win elections from there because they had a deal and understanding with the Maoists".
Indian media reports say helicopters have been used to transport the wounded to the nearest medical facility. Six others were injured in the attack that Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemned as "cowardly and deplorable". According to reports, almost 100-strong CRPF patrol providing security for road construction work came under fierce gunfire from Maoist guerrillas occupying vantage positions, inflicting heavy casualties on the personnel. The Naxalites mounted the assault in Kalapathar area of south Bastar region, one of the worst-hit by Left-wing extremism in the country.