Shah spent nearly an hour at the two houses and enquired about the fishermen's welfare.
According to BJP sources, Shah asked the fishermen about their problems and needs.
Shah had breakfast, comprising idli and dosa, besides tasting the Lakshadweep 'halwa' at the house of 42-year-old Abdul Khader, the sources said.
The high-profile political tour is part of BJP's efforts to expand the party's footprint in the union territory, which has one Lok Sabha seat.
Lakshadweep is dependent on mainland Kerala, especially Kochi, for its medical and educational needs.
The union territory comprises 10 inhabited and 17 uninhabited islands.
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