Narendra Modi congratulates Chouhan, Vasundhara

Narendra Modi"Gujarat Chief Minister will go to Delhi to take part in the party's parliamentary board meeting on Sunday," sources in state BJP said. (AP)

BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Rajasthan BJP president Vasundhara Raje after the counting trends showed that the saffron party is leading in the two states.

Giving his first reaction to conclusive trends of both the states, where counting is going on, Modi, who had campaigned extensively in all the four states where elections were held, congratulated the leaders of MP and Rajasthan.

He seemed to have reserved his comment on Chattisgarh and Delhi where the situation is still unclear.

"Called Shivraj ji to congratulate him for BJP's wonderful performance in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections!" Modi tweeted.

In another tweet, Modi said, "spoke to Vasundhara ji & congratulated her for the historic victory of BJP in Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha elections".

Modi is likely to go to Delhi later in the day to attend a party meeting.

"Gujarat Chief Minister will go to Delhi to take part in the party's parliamentary board meeting later on Sunday," sources in state BJP said.

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