Narendra Modi Office Contact Address, Phone Number, Email, Website

Narendra Modi New Delhi-based contact details are mentioned on this page. Current he is serving as Prime Minister of India. The information includes address, phone number, fax number, email ID with reference to the official website. It will help you to contact the officials of the PM house easily.

Mr. Narendra Modi, currently serving as Prime Minister of India formerly Chief Minister of Gujarat, belongs to Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) which is a political party. He is the 15th PM of India. He was also a member of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). He is the most famous politician of India.

Birth date of Mr. Narendra Modi is 17 September 1950. Full name of Mr. Modi is Narendra Damodardas Modi. His father’s name is Damodardas Mulchand Modi and mother is Heeraben. Completed his graduation from Gujarat University.

The success story of Narendra Modi is quite popular in India, how a teenager who had a tea stall became the CM of Gujarat state. At the college time, he was also the leader of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), Gujarat.

How to contact Narendra Modi head office address, phone number, email ID, website

Narendra Modi Office Contact Details

Narendra Modi Office AddressSouth Block, Raisina Hill, New Delhi-110011, India

Narendra Modi Office Phone Numbers+91-11-23012312

Narendra Modi Office Fax Numbers+91-11-23019545, 23016857

These are the official contact details of Mr. Narendra Modi. You can follow the information for better communication with CM officials.

Narendra Modi Official Website: www.narendramodi.in

The official Website link is also provided here, here you can get all the latest news and updates related to Narendra Modi.

Narendra Modi Residence Contact Details

Narendra Modi Residence Address7 Race Course Road, New Delhi

Narendra Modi Phone Number: n/a

The house of Mr. Narendra Modi is also located in New Delhi. Due to security reasons, we cannot provide you with the contact number of Narendra Modi.

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Narendra Modi Social Media Links & Pages

Narendra Modi Facebook Fan Page: facebook.com/narendramodi.official

Narendra Modi Twitter Account: twitter.com/narendramodi

Narendra Modi Google Plus Account: plus.google.com/+NarendraModi

Narendra Modi YouTube Channel: youtube.com/user/narendramodi

Narendra Modi Pinterest Profile: in.pinterest.com/NarendraModi

Narendra Modi Flickr Account: flickr.com/photos/92359345@N07

Narendra Modi Tumblr  Account: narendra-modi.tumblr.com

Narendra Modi StumbleUpon Account: stumbleupon.com/stumbler/Narendra-Modi

Narendra Modi LinkedIn Account: linkedin.com/in/narendramodi

Narendra Modi Instagram Handle: instagram.com/narendramodi

Narendra Modi Snapchat ID: N/A

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  • AVADHESH KUMAR KESARWANI June 28, 2017, 8:47 am

    Please my help

  • V Rajendra Prasad June 27, 2017, 5:38 pm

    Respected Sir,

    Iam Rajendra Prasad V.
    Agrigold company and Wellfare company cheated me and lot of people in Andhra Pradesh, But nobody no reaction, It is totally criminal case, lot of savings amount blocked, Please help and recover my amounts, it is absolutely criminal case, Incase government employees did this work , what happend immediately government take action, but why they are not interest how many peoples suicide.

    This is for your kind information.

    Please do needful.

    Regards,
    V.Rajendra Prasad
    , 9490104191 contact address O/o Tahsildar, Gudur

  • Deva Supal June 27, 2017, 11:07 am

    Humble Request – Open Bore well Protection Consciousness in the Society of India.
    “I Love My India” – “Mera Bharath Mahaan”
    Kind Attn to : Mr. Jitendra Arora – Director (e-Health);
    Dear Respected Sir,
    Good Day.
    I am Deva Supal S/o Muthenna Address : Armoor (Mandal), Nizamabad (Dist), Telagana(State)
    I thank you behalf of all the NRIs across overseas and great to see the advertisement of “No Smoking” while watching our Indian movies in theaters.

    Almost day by day people are learning to refrain from smoking. Really it was an appreciable step by our Govt of India.

    Request :
    I Humbly request you to educate/ bring consciousness in our society about taking care of open/failed/ drilled bore well holes as 2 days back, our people has seen in the news that happened in Telangana (State), Rangareddy (District), Chevella (Mandal),Chanveli (Village).

    A 2 yrs old baby girl fallen into an open bore well and rescue team unable to find her survival despite of so many operations.

    Also so many cases are happening every now and then just because of failure by bore well owners in taking simple care/ precautions by arranging some safety obstructions to refrain people to enter the bore well area.
    At-most small kids only are the victims as they are innocent of identifying the bore well hole while playing around and they are suffering like a hell after falling into it.
    So, kindly, consider above matter in your next priority list of families welfare department and arrange an advertisement on this issue in movie theaters/ media channels similar to Non Smoking.

    Let us hope definitely this action could bring some sort of change in our people of the society in India.

    One more time I really thank you very much for providing easy access through the contact details in website.

    JAIHIND.
    Best Regards

    Deva Supal
    Chemical Engineer – India
    (Presently working in Dubai)

  • Ajay Kumar June 27, 2017, 5:05 am

    Dear sir,
    I am ajay Kumar just want to said that my mother is hospitalized in anandolok hospital at Ranigunj west Bengal. She found heart problem and doctor advice to use peace maker it is too costly for lower middle class family and she is widow person. I am not to do but my relation give me only 50000 thousand rupees. But, here charges more than 1.5 lakh rupees how can I manage all this sir. Here take unnecessary charges and release date patient are 3rd of July. I am hopeless please help me.
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  • Sehaj June 26, 2017, 11:52 pm

    June 27,2017

    Mr Ajit Balaji Joshi, IAS
    Deputy Commissioner
    Chandigarh

    Dear Sir

    Subject: Rampant road encroachment in villages Khudda Lahora/Khudda Jassu

    I am writing this letter as a concerned and aggrieved citizen to request timely action on the issue of road encroachment and providing safe and efficient roads. Residents of village Khudda Lahora/Khudda Jassu have taken the menace of road encroachment to a whole new level making commuting an arduous task.

    First of all, there is a road dividing the two villages. The road is now only 1/2 the width of what it’s supposed to be. It may be hard to believe but the residents of village Khudda Jassu have almost completely encroached on their half of the road (the road was made up half and half by both the villages originally). If the road is viewed from the highway coming in from the bridge from Sector 12/14 then it’s quite obvious as the road is wider at the beginning and gradually tapers in accordance with the plot owner’s audacity.
    Second, there are two roads leading to villages Parrch/Seonk/Jayanti Majri cluster of villages in Punjab. These roads which are in Khudda Lahora have also been encroached upon. People have extended their houses on the road and then put additional ramps as well so much so that these roads are haphazardly bulging and tapering. In addition, residents treat the roads as their personal parking space.

    Sir, it is becoming a nightmare to commute here, one which is growing more horrible by the second. Just 10 years ago, these roads were clear and wide. But with no one to stop their greed and disregard for fellow citizens’, many residents are growing more and more audacious by the second. Please Sir take timely action otherwise the very purpose of roads is defeated.

    Regards
    Yours truly,
    Aggrieved resident of village Khudda Lahora

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