With the Bharatiya Janata Party all set to come to power again, PM Narendra Modi posted a tweet saying 'India wins yet again'.

The PM took to Twitter to express his happiness on the result and also said that the party looks forward to build an 'inclusive future'.

He later thanked the voters for choosing the party for another 5 years.

PM Modi is currently leading 92,000 votes in his Varanasi while Amit Shah is leading by 3.50 lakh in Gandhinagar and Rajnath Singh 50,000 in Lucknow.

The results are mirroring the exit polls which predicted a landslide victory for BJP. With this, BJP will retain its power in states like UP, Gujarat and Maharshtra.

With a lead in 347 seats, compared to Congress' 95, the BJP has acquired a lead bigger than 2014 even though the counting is still underway.