Narendra Modi resigns as Gujarat chief minister.

Ahmedabad: A day after President Pranab Mukherjee appointed Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister of India, the BJP strongman will submit his resignation as Gujarat chief minister to the Governor at 3 pm on Wednesday. 
Modi leaves Raj Bhawan and heads towards Town Hall where he is scheduled to chair a meet with Gujarat BJP leaders and elect the next CM of Gujarat. Reports say that Anandiben is the frontrunner for the top post.
Narendra Modi reaches Raj Bhawan to meet Gujarat Governor Kamla Beniwal to tender his resignation as Gujarat Chief Minister. 
JD(U) leader KC Tyagi hit back at Modi for inviting Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif for the swearing-in ceremony scheduled for May 26. Tyagi said during poll campaign Modi said India won't engage in a dialogue with Pakistan until Islamabad acts against terror groups emanating from its soil, then why he is inviting Sharif for the ceremony. 
Sharif has been invited to attend Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on May 26. 
According to reports, the pakistan Prime Minister will be among 3,000 dignitaries who have ben invited to attend the function. Besides Pakistan Prime Minister, the heads of governments of the SAARC members countries have also been invited to attend the function.
Modi gets emotional while concluding his farewell speech 
The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) should not be used as a political weapon to target opponents, according to Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi.
In a farewell speech to the Gujarat assembly, this statement was seen to reiterate his stated position that he did not believe in politics of vendetta and witch-hunting of which he himself had been a “victim” for the last 10 years.
In an emotional speech at a special session held to felicitate him, Modi, who will be sworn in as the PM on May 26, said, “I may have not spoken much in the House, but I've made it a point to listen to every leader, including the opposition’s.”
He added that people were curious about the Gujarat model. “Bipartisanship is the Gujarat model.”
Modi said he was confident that Gujarat would develop even further. “Each and every person has contributed to the growth of Gujarat. It was an honour to be the CM of Gujarat four times.”
In a lighter vein, he said, “Now in the PMO (prime minister’s office), Gujarati will be spoken and khakhras, dhoklas will be eaten.”
When I was made the CM Gujarat was rocked by earthquake and devastated by financial scams. 2002 was a big challenge, says Modi 
Modi says he learnt a lot in the Gujarat Assembly. “I got the honour of becoming the chief minister four times,” says Modi 
Speaking on the floor of the House, Gujarat Law Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama says Modi's simplicity is inspiring. 
Anandiben Patel, who is expected to become the next Gujatrat CM praises Modi's model of development. “It is a day of pride for Gujarat that a son of Gujarat will be the PM of India,” says Patel 
Sad on quitting as MLA: Modi 
Modi on Tuesday said that he was sad on quitting as MLA but the people of Maninagar were happy that he had become the Prime Minister of India. 
He posted on the micro-blogging site Twitter -I am sad on quitting as MLA but people of Maninagar are happy. Infact, when I won in 2012 they said PM PM. Their affection is touching.”