She was accompanied by the party MLA Gulabchand Kataria and two other party leaders. The meeting lasted for a few minutes, Raj Bhawan sources said.
The oath ceremony will take place on December 13. Raje was on Monday elected the BJP legislature party leader in Rajasthan. BJP MLAs had unanimously passed a proposal of Kataria to elect Raje, who was projected as the party's chief ministerial candidate, as their leader.
BJP secured a four-fifth majority in the 200-member Rajasthan Assembly. Congress could manage just 21 seats out of the 199 for which polling was held while BJP secured 162 seats.
Congress had won 96 seats in the 2008 Assembly polls when it had wrested power from Raje while BJP had 78 seats.

Raje, after meeting the Governor, said the oath taking ceremony will take place on December 13 and top leadership of the party will attend the function. The ceremony is likely to be held at Janpath near the assembly building in which BJP president Rajnath Singh, Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and senior leader L K Advani would remain present.
Party vice president Onkar Singh, who also accompanied Raje, said all BJP chief ministers and other leaders have also been invited.


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