IN PICTURES | Intimate Moments From PM Narendra Modi's Meeting With His Mother Heeraben Modi In Gandhinagar, Gujarat After Winning Historic Mandate In Lok Sabha Elections

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After being chosen to lead the country for a second term as the Prime Minister following the stupendous victory of his party BJP in the Lok Sabha elections, PM-elect Narendra Modi met his mother Heeraben Modi in Gandhinagar in Gujarat on Sunday. 

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Updated On:

After being chosen to lead the country for a second term as the Prime Minister following the stupendous victory of his party BJP in the Lok Sabha elections, PM-elect Narendra Modi met his mother Heeraben Modi in Gandhinagar in Gujarat on Sunday. 

See pictures from his visit to his mother's residence below.

 Visuals of PM Modi convoy reaching his mother's home.

PM Narendra Modi at his mother's home, seeking her blessings.

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A huge crowd gathered after PM Modi left from his mother's home.

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PM Modi made his first visit to Gujarat on Sunday after being appointed to the position of Prime Minister a day earlier. He addressed BJP cadres in Old BJP office in Ahmedabad. BJP chief Amit Shah also joined him in his visit to the party office and gave a speech to the party workers. 

Earlier on Sunday, PM Modi had also called on Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu at his official residence in New Delhi. Venkaiah Naidu greeted him on being elected as the leader of the NDA and the next Prime Minister. 

Venkaiah Naidu and Modi discussed many issues, including accelerating development and strengthening Parliamentary institutions, over breakfast.

Prime Minister-elect Modi was on Saturday appointed prime minister by President Ram Nath Kovind after he was unanimously elected NDA parliamentary party leader at a meeting in which he asked coalition members to work without discrimination, stressing on the need to win the trust of minorities.

In the general election, he led the BJP-led NDA to a landslide victory with the alliance winning 353 seats, including an unprecedented 303 by the BJP.

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