India picked up nine boxing medals at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia, earlier this month.
Over 100 people gathered at the arrival terminal of the IGI airport to receive the athletes.
Raninder Singh said he will soon write to the Sports Ministry and Indian Olympic Association (IOA) in this regard.
India's best-ever boxer Mary Kom said on Tuesday that she has no plans to retire and is determined to defy her critics by winning an elusive Olympic gold.
Saina Nehwal had been at odds with the authorities about her father's access to the Commonwealth Games Village.
CWG gold medal winners, hailing from Haryana, will get Rs 1.5 crore from the state government, sports minister Anil Vij announced on Sunday.
India won 26 gold, 20 silver and 20 bronze medals to finish behind Australia and England, making it the third most successful Commonwealth Games for the country.
The Indian pair lost 13-21, 16-21 in the summit clash that lasted for 39 minutes at the Carrara Sports Arena.
The win also meant that the 28-year-old Saina won all her 12 matches in Gold Coast to remain unbeaten in the tournament.
Kidambi Srikanth had beaten Lee Chong Wei in the mixed team final earlier in 2018 CWG but could not repeat the feat in the men's singles event.
This was Joshna's first and Dipika's second medal at Gold Coast after winning silver in the mixed doubles with Saurav Ghosal.
Apart from the singles gold, Batra has gold in the women's team event and silver in the women's doubles with Mouma Das.
Saina Nehwal beats compatriot P V Sindhu 21-18, 23-21 to win the 26th gold for India.
2018 CWG, Highlights: India ended its campaign in Gold Coast with a total of 66 medals (26 Gold, 20 Silver, 20 Bronze). This is India's third most successful Commonwealth Games.
Poonam Yadav won the gold for India in the 69 kg category by lifting 100 kg in the snatch and 122 kg in clean and jerk.
Sumit Malik won the men's Freestyle 125 kg decider by forfeit after Nigeria's Sinivie Boltic was forced to pull out with injury.
Dipika Pallikal said shocking decisions were made during the final.
While PV Sindhu would look to use her steep smashes to unsettle her compatriot, Saina Nehwal will be keen to control the game via her strength of creating sharp angles.