He also pitched for one nation one poll and urged the Opposition to consider the proposal with an open mind.
The team will interact with party workers and residents and submit a report to the Congress President later this week.
Shah said when Modi visited the party workers on the day he filed his nomination papers, it became clear that he was going to win.
Earlier, flanked by BJP president Amit Shah and Adityanath, Modi entered Vishwanath temple paid obeisance to the deity as priests recited 'shlokas'.
Incidentally, forty-five candidates had secured far less votes than NOTA which had got a total of 21,724 votes across the state.
Bengal witnessed a saffron surge on Thursday as the BJP inflicted a body blow to Trinamool Congress by winning 18 of the 42 Lok Sabha seats in the state, up from just two in 2014.
Coastal Odisha, the fortress of the ruling outfit, remained almost impregnable for the saffron party, a reason BJP could not make a dent in the regional party’s stronghold.
The BJP’s loss of nine seats in Uttar Pradesh was more than offset by the big gains it made in West Bengal and Karnataka as compared to the 2014 elections.
Nine states where the party won one or two seats was owing to personal reputation. In West Bengal, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury won from Baharampur where Rahul did not hold any rallies or meetings.
Congress fails to qualify for LOP post, will need support of other non-NDA parties
Khan was barred from entering Bankura, where his Lok Sabha constituency is located by Kolkata High Court, in connection with criminal cases. Khan is facing four criminal cases.
The BJP-Shiv Sena’s tie-up has not only heralded victory for the alliance but has also served as a lesson for all political parties in Maharashtra.
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and main Opposition leader Mahinda Rajapaksa congratulated Modi.
The SP-BSP Mahagathbandhan did not field a candidate here, making it a straight fight between Gandhi and Irani.
Lok Sabha elections 2019 results: Modi's work has defeated negative politics of Opposition, says BJP
The BJP, on its own, was leading in 291 seats much as against its main rival Congress which was ahead in 52 seats in the 543 seat Lok Sabha.