Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah pay tribute at Sadaiv Atal Samadhi, the memorial of late Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. pic.twitter.com/AjOev0ksJP
US President Donald Trump on Friday dialed PM Modi and congratulated him on a landslide Lok Sabha polls win.
Tweeting about his conversation with the PM, Trump posted, "Just spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi where I congratulated him on his big political victory. He is a great man and leader for the people of India - they are lucky to have him!"
Just spoke to Prime Minister @NarendraModi where I congratulated him on his big political victory. He is a great man and leader for the people of India - they are lucky to have him!
President of French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, called the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to congratulate him.
Union Minister and Lok Janshakti Party chief Ram Vilas Paswan on Friday mocked the Congress for eyeing the prime minister's post, but ending up with a tally which falls short to even help it get the chair of leader of the opposition.
Rahul Gandhi thanks Wayanad
Gandhi, who netted 7, 05,034 votes in Wayanad, tweeted in Malayalam saying, "I honour the decision of the people of the country. I congratulate all the winners. I wish to thank all the people of Wayanad who have chosen me as your representative. I also extend my thanks to each and every Congress worker for their hard work and efforts in this election."
രാജ്യത്തെ ജനങ്ങളുടെ തീരുമാനത്തെ ഞാൻ ബഹുമാനിക്കുന്നു.
വിജയിച്ച എല്ലാവർക്കും എന്റെ അഭിനന്ദനങ്ങൾ
നിങ്ങളുടെ പ്രതിനിധിയായി എന്നെ തിരഞ്ഞെടുത്ത വയനാട്ടിലെ എല്ലാ ജനങ്ങൾക്കും നന്ദി പറയുന്നു
എല്ലാ കോൺഗ്രസ്സ് പ്രവർത്തകർക്കും അവരുടെ കഠിനാധ്വാനത്തിനും പരിശ്രമത്തിനും ഞാൻ നന്ദി അറിയിക്കുന്നു
Sun has set on term of govt, but its brightness will continue: PM
Moments after President Ram Nath Kovind accepted resignation of the Union Council of Ministers, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday said while the sun has set on the term of the present government, the brightness of its work will continue to illuminate the lives of people.
The sun sets on this term but the brightness our work has brought will continue to illuminate the lives of millions.
A new dawn awaits, a new term beckons.
We are even more determined to fulfil the dreams of 130 crore Indians and create the New India all of us dreamt of. https://t.co/tKrWSwlT9d
Modi likely to visit Varanasi before swearing-in cermony
With Prime Minister Narendra Modi all set to herald a second term after winning the Lok Sabha elections, there is a possibility of his visit to Varanasi before taking oath. Ravindra Jaiswal, Member of Legislative Council (MLC), informed about the possible visit before he takes oath as the prime minister.