Chemistry has triumphed over poll arithmetic, Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi said on Monday, 27 May, profusely thanking Varanasi voters for electing him by a huge margin in the Lok Sabha elections.Narendra Modi offered prayers at the Kashi Vishwanath TempleSaying that BJP is no longer a ‘Hindi Heartland’ party, Modi said that vote share of the party was increasing in states including Tamil NaduModi said the BJP remains the only democratic party in the country(The Quint will no longer be on WhatsApp, owing to changes in its policies regarding news publishers. You can now get the latest news updates on our Telegram channel. For handpicked stories every day, subscribe to us on Telegram.)After reaching Varanasi, Modi will travel by road from the police lines to Bansphatak, with his cavalcade passing through various parts of the city.He will pay obeisance at the Kashi Vishwanath temple and later address a gathering of workers of his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), party sources said.District Magistrate Surendra Singh said heavy security has been put in place for the PM's visit.This will be Modi's first visit to his constituency after he won the Lok Sabha elections by a huge margin of 4.79 lakh votes.In a video message ahead of the 19 May polling, Modi had called himself a "Kashivasi" and termed the city his guiding spirit.The Varanasi parliamentary constituency wore a festive look to welcome prime minister-designate Narendra Modi.Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi arrived in Uttar Pradesh, along with BJP President Amit Shah.UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath received Modi.Narendra Modi offered prayers at the famous Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi.After offering his prayers at the Kashi Vishwanath temple, Narendra Modi headed towards the Deen Dayal Hastkala Sankul to address the party workers.Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath welcomed prime minister-designate Narendra Modi to Varanasi with the slogan, 'Modi hain to mumkin hain'.“The BJP broke all the records under the leadership of PM Modi and emerged victorious in Lok Sabha elections. This is the first time India hasseen such development after the freedom struggle,” said Adityanath.He also lauded party BJP President Amit Shah for formulating the road map to success and thanked the party workers who "worked day and night to ensure victory".BJP President Amit Shah addressed party workers in Varanasi, thanking them for handling Narendra Modi’s campaign.“There must rarely be a campaign where the candidate didn’t come to his constituency after filing nomination until voting, trusting his voters. People saw Varanasi’s BJP workers ask him not to come. Modi ji trusted you, people of Varanasi, and that trust was rightly placed.”Amit Shah, BJP PresidentHe added that the people of Varanasi are lucky to be represented by Modi and that Varanasi has seen unprecedented ‘vikas’ in the last five years.PM Modi Wins From Varanasi, Set to Represent Seat for Second TimeThanking the BJP karyakartas, Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi said there was no candidate as confident as h was during the elections.“Rarely is a candidate so relaxed and confident, as I was, during elections. Your hard work was the reason for it. I was relaxed so I went to Kedarnath,” said Modi.He said that while he is the prime minister, he is also "a worker" when it comes to the people.“The nation might have elected me as the PM, but for you, I am a worker. For me, your order was priority.”Narendra ModiHe also added that the BJP’s wins in Uttar Pradesh should be studied “very carefully by political analysts”.Taking a dig at the grand alliance in the state, Modi said that “chemistry beat arithmetic in the polls.” He also said that "work and workers create wonders".Narendra Modi said that despite being subjected to hate from Kerala to Kashmir, and Bengal and Tripura the BJP’s mantra remains, 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas'.He added that political untouchability was increasing by the day and that it was shameful and anti-democratic.He added that the BJP remains the only democratic party in the country.Criticising those who termed the BJP as a “Hindi heartland” party, Narendra Modi said that his party’s seat-share was increasing in various states including Tamil Nadu.“Some don’t understand Hindi in the Northeast. But we are running governments there,” he said. “For the country I am the PM, but for you I am your MP, I am your sevak.”Narendra Modi"Work and workers create wonders," Modi said, giving full credit for his victory to the workers at the grassroots level for creating awareness about his government's policies and programmes for the people.Uttar Pradesh is showing the way for India, he said. He also spoke of importance of "perfect synergy" between the government and the party. The prime minister-designate said he was also grateful to his opponents who fought against him.