Hiraba, who is into her 100th year, lives with her younger son Pankaj at Raisan village on the outskirts of Gandhinagar city.
Later, Modi also visited Gujarat state headquarters of BJP, Shree Kamalam. He was joined by union home minister Amit Shah, state BJP president C R Paatil, organising secretary of Gujarat BJP Ratnakar, and state BJP treasurer Surendra Patel. A party office bearer said that Modi spent around 30 minutes at the party headquarters.
The PM is expected to cast his vote in Ranip area of Ahmedabad around 8.30 am on Monday in the second phase of Gujarat Assembly elections.