Rajnath Singh (BJP) Residence / Office Address, Phone Number, Email, Website

July 20, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Politics

Check out the contact details of BJP Leader Rajnath Singh. We are sharing the residence / office address, phone numbers, email ID’s with reference of the official website. It will help the people to contact Mr. Rajnath Singh easily.

Rajnath Singh, India politician belongs to the leading party Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). He is also Member of Parliament from Uttar Pradesh belongs to the same party. Rajnath Singh ji belongs to a small town of Bhabhaura in the Chandauli district of Uttar Pradesh. He took birth on 10 July, 1951. After starting his career as a Physics lecturer, he got attached with RSS. Then get indulged in politics and became president of BJP youth wing as well as BJP national party too.

He was also the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh for 2 years (year 2000-2002). His four members family contains 2 sons one daughter and wife Mrs. Savitri Singh.

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Rajnath Singh Office Contact Details

Rajnath Singh Office Address : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), 11, Ashok Road, New Delhi, India

Rajnath Singh Email ID : 38ashokroad@gmail.com

Rajnath Singh Office Phone Number : 011-23005700

Rajnath Singh Fax Number : 011-23005787

Rajnath Singh Official Websitewww.rajnathsingh.in

These are the contact details of New Delhi based office of Rajnath Singh of BJP. You can follow the contact details to take an appointment for meeting this personality. Further details can also be obtained from the official website of Mr. Rajnath Singh.

Rajnath Singh Residence Contact Details

Rajnath Singh Residence Address : 38, Ashoka Road, New Delhi, India – 110001

Rajnath Singh Residence Phone Number : (011) 23354184, 23353881

It is the information to contact Rajnath ji through residential contact.

Rajnath Singh Social Accounts / Pages

Rajnath Singh Official Facebook Fan Page – www.facebook.com/RajnathSinghBJP

Rajnath Singh Official Twitter Account – www.twitter.com/BJPRajnathSingh

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Comments (20)

  1. ashish richhariya

    wht will b his plans against aap and Congress and if narendra modi wins the election than which kind of development will b seen in India

  2. RN Kapil.

    Dear President,

    I seek few minutes appointment with you or NaMo for giving a useful suggestion on country’s food problem . It is most necessary & useful for new Govt. if ever formed.

    RN Kapil.
    01125275725 . 9968286444.
    GH-12/4 , Paschim Vihar , New Delhi .


    It is certan that MODI JEE be the next P.M. of INDIA then what kind of policy will aply against for our enemy like torrorist

  4. Vivekanand Singh

    Me BJ P join krna chahta hu. Madhepura

  5. Vivekanand Singh

    Viveka Nand Singh
    Madhepura 06476 224530 9470871833 9334482059 M/S madhepura tractors madhepura 852113

  6. Pranab Kr Das

    Congratulation Sir,
    I am so glad today. I had been waiting for hearing winning news for a long years.
    I’m the biggest fan of BJP that means yours….

  7. jitendra Rathore

    Manniye rajnath singh hum janta ne bjp ko is liye chuna ki bjp humko kuch karne ka mauka degi humara salo se koi bajud nahi hai bas apni icha dil mai lekar hi mar jate hai humko ek mauka digiye aapse milne ka hum bharat k aur bjp k majboot kande banna chate hai 09759332524 appoinment mil sakta hai hum garibo ko

  8. Mai ek village Ka rahne wala hu .AAP hamare village mein aaye .hum sabhi log aapke aabhari rahenge.humara village hai chaulli sahabudinpur.post khubbanpur.block Bhagwanpur. teh .roorkee.district. Haridwar. Uttrakhand.
    Pin no.247661. Kripya karke ek baar jarur aaye .dhanyawad.

  9. bharta desh ko ek saktishali home minister ap ke roop me mila ap ko home ministers banne ki hardik subhkamnay

  10. Ajay kumar gupta

    dear sir, mai aapki parti ka MLA banna chahata hun . Add.- vill. & post – Kamlapur , district – sitapur (U.P.)

  11. kuldeep tiwari

    Dear sar
    Me kuldeep tiwari sar hum aap se bahu ummeed rakhte h ki sar ab to hamari bjp parti ki jeet hui h ab to sar hamare faimily palne ke liye koi nokari lagwado sar plz sar aap hamare liye bhagwan ho So plz sar help me my mo. No 07753045292

  12. Rahul singh

    Namskar:sir g – sir g hamare villege= bijadandi, jila-mandla mp. Me sabhi kendra sarkar or rajya sarkar ki sabhi yojnaye amiro ke nam ya sirf file Me kamplit hai. pls sir aap kuchh kare aap se or bjp govt se bahut umide hai

  13. Good morning shir mai vikash kumar 2013 ki bharti paramilitri force me mai chunaya hu par abhi tak joining nahi aaya hai pls shir help me.

  14. mohd abass mir

    Give me job i am poor

  15. Vitthalrao B. Khyade

    Shardabai Pawar Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Shardanagar, Malegaon (Baramati) Dist. Pune – 413115.

    “Dr. APIS” Social Spectrum

    Objective: To Establish the Repository of Contributions of Eminent Scholars and Information on Science and Culture For The Society.
    24 October : Anniversary of Indo Tibetian Border Police

    Greetings of the Day

    ( 24 October 1962 : Foundation of ITBP
    The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) is one of the eight Central Armed Police Forces of the Union of Indian force raised on 24 October 1962, under the CRPF Act, in the wake of the Chinese Offensive, in 1962, in Arunachal Pradesh, and Ladakh, India, from bases in Tibet. The ITBP was intended for deployment along the India’s border with the Tibet Autonomous Region. In September, 1996, the Parliament of India enacted the “Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force Act, 1992″ to “provide for the constitution and regulation” of the ITBP “for ensuring the security of the borders of India and for matters connected therewith”. [2] [3] The first head of the ITBP, designated Inspector General, was Late Balbir Singh, a police officer belonging to the Intelligence Bureau. The ITBP, which started with four battalions, has since 1976, and the restructuring in 1978, under gone phenomenal expansion. It is now a force with 45 battalion; with nine more under raising.[4]
    The ITBP is trained in Civil Medical Camp, disaster management, and nuclear, biological and chemical disasters. ITBP personnel have been deployed abroad in UN peacekeeping missions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Haiti, Western Sahara, Sudan, Afghanistan and elsewhere.
    ITBP is a multi-dimensional force which primarily has 5 functions-
    1. Vigil on the northern borders, detection and prevention of border violations, and promotion of the sense of security among the local populace.
    2. Check illegal immigration and trans-border smuggling .
    3. Provide security to sensitive installations and threatened VIPs.
    4. Restore and preserve order in any area in the event of disturbance.
    5. to maintain the peace in the country.
    Presently, Battalions of ITBP are deployed on Border Guarding Duties from Karakoram Pass in Ladakh to Diphu La in Arunachal Pradesh, covering 3488 km of the India-China Border. Manned border posts are at altitudes as high as 21,000 feet (6,400 m) in the western, middle & eastern sector of the border. ITBP is a mountain trained force and most of the officers & men are professionally trained mountaineers and skiers. The force is under an expansion plan in order to provide relief to its troops from constant deployment in high altitude areas under dynamic and professional leadership of Shri Subhash Goswami, IPS.
    • The border posts manned by ITBP are exposed to high velocity storms, snow blizzards, avalanches, and landslides, besides the hazards of high altitude and extreme cold, where temperature dips up to minus 40-degree Celsius. ITBP conducts Long Range and Short Range patrols to keep an effective vigil on inaccessible and unmanned areas on the border.
    • The ITBP has recently taken on a disaster management role. Being the first responder for natural Disaster in Himalayas, ITBP was the first to establish 06 ( Now 08) Regional Response Centres in HP, Uttaranchal and North East and carried out numerous rescue and relief operations in various disaster situations, which took place in our areas of responsibility as well as other parts of the country. ITBP has already trained 1032 personnel in Disaster Management including 98 personnel in Radiological and Chemical and Biological emergencies.
    • ITBP has established a National Centre for Training in Search, Rescue & Disaster response at Bhanu, Haryana which is imparting training to personnel of ITBP and other Paramilitary / State Police Forces. There is also a training centre for the Dogs at Basic Training centre situated at Bhanu. The centre is known as NICD.
    • ITBP Commando units provide security to the Embassy and consulates of India in Afghanistan. Besides this two Companies of the ITBP are providing security in Afghanistan.
    • 1 coy of ITBP is deployed in United Nation Mission in Congo since November, 2005. A National Centre for UNCIVPOL training has been set up at ITBP Camp, Tigri, Khanpur, Delhi for providing systematic training to Indian Police Officers for deployment in UN Mission.
    • ITBP is also providing security to the pilgrims during Annual Kailash Mansarovar Yatra from 1981. ITBP provides communication, security and medical cover to the yatries from Gunji to Lipulekh Pass and back to Gunji in co-ordination with MEA and Kumaon Mandal vikas Nigam.
    ITBP’s major training centre is located at Mussoorie, in Utarakhand. The Training Academy has been established in 1976, and imparts training to Officers, Subordinate officers, and promotional course. Specialised training programmes in rock craft, explosives handling etc. are also conducted here.Ace mountaineer and Padm shri awardee, Sh Harbhajan Singh, IG heads this institution. Keeping in view the evolving security scenario of the country, ITBP has established a Counter Insurgency and Jungle Warfare School at an altitude of 6000 feet in the heart of extremely tough Himalayan mountains, at Mahidanda in Uttarkashi district, under dynamic vision of the then DG of the Force Sh Vikram Srivasatava, IPS. He provided top rated leadership to the force. The CIJW school provides state of the art training to ITBP’s men and officers to enable them to take on the 21st century’s security challenges in the form of anti Naxal Ops. Jungle warfare, handling of explosives, rock craft, survival in adverse conditions, unarmed combat, and guerrilla warfare are some of the subjects trained here.
    The training regime, formulated under close supervision of Sh Rajiv Mehta, IPS and executed on ground by Sanjeev Raina, DIG is extremely demanding both mentally and physically, needing special preparation. The presence of the force along the Indo China border, maintains vigil along the extremely difficult high altitude border area. The troops of the force keeps a sharp eye on any violation of the border, trans border smuggling, and affords a sense of security to the remotely located isolated settlements. The altitude where the troops are deployed range up to 18800 feet, and the temperature plummets to minus 30 degrees during winter with snow fall of more than ten feet. The force is synonymous with adventure and dare-devilry and has undertaken numerous mountaineering expeditions. Its skiers have been national champions, who have done India proud in the winter Olympics. Its river rafters have created international history in rafting through the turbulent white waters of the mighty Brahmaputra, the Indus and the Ganges. The Force has created a milestone by becoming the first Central Para Military Force to grab up the Best Marching Contingent Trophy in the Republic Day parades in 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2011. It broke new ground in 1998 when it sent the first ever police tableau of the country to participate in the Republic Day Parade. ITBP is in the forefront of movement for the preservation of Himalayan environment and ecology. ITBP has taken up in a big way the task of greening the Himalayan regions especially in Inner Himalayas. Being the only human presence in areas close to China border, it has taken on itself the task of maintaining the delicate balance of flora and fauna.
    ITBP being deployed in mountains has developed the expertise in rescue & relief operations in mountains, which entail different specialized skills of very high standard. It is always first in extending rescue & relief in case of natural calamity. ITBP conducts a large number of civic action programmes in remote border and terrorist affected areas to provide free and expert medical, health and hygiene care to the civilian population in remote villages.
    ITBP Academy has been given the status of ‘Centre of Excellence’ by the Government of India and now is on the path of modernization of its training infra- structure. Till June 2004, the Academy has trained 3785 GOs, 7776 SOs and 27476 Other Ranks from ITBP and CPOs/ State Police Forces.
    The Indo Tibetan Border Police Force organised a Half Marathon named as “ITBP-run for the nation”, which was held at New Delhi on 7 Oct. 2012 om J.L.N. Stadium to Rajpath- Janpath and back to J.N.L. Stadium. Over 10000 participants ran in this mega event, which was first of its kind in the history of CAPFs in the country.
    Super Star Mr. Salman Khan flagged off this mega event. He also made an appeal to countrymen to run for the nation.
    Training Centres
    ITBP training centres develop and inculcate thoroughly amongst the trainees the qualities of: Professional skills, esprit de corps,leadership. They are taught the values of integrity, impartiality and respect for all castes, creeds and religions . Maintaining the highest tradition of supreme sacrifice in the service of motherland the valiant Himveers are also taught to function effectively while always keeping in mind human rights and the codes of war which always guide their conduct.
    So as to make them a formidable force in maintaining the security & territorial integrity of India The Basic Training Centre at Bhanu, ITBP Academy at Mussourie, and the Mountaineering & Skiing Institute at Auli run the training programmes and conduct indoor and outdoor training activities, in pursuance of this mission.
    The motto of the ITBP, Shaurya, dridata, karm nishtha (Valour, determination, devotion to duty) has always inspired its men in accepting challenges to bring glory to the nation and honour to the force. In the course of active duties, the force has earned a number of Civil and Service honours, and decorations like Padma Shree – 2, Shaurya Chakra – 1, Sena Medal – 1, President’s Police Medal for Gallantry – 3, Police Medal for Gallantry – 44, President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service – 63, Police Medal for Meritorious Service – 292 and the Prime Minister’s Life Saving Medal – 54.
    ITBP has undergone a massive expansion plan to provide much needed relief to its troops who remain deployed in the tough high altitude terrain for most part of their service. 13 units were raised in the year 2006–07, followed by another 7 units the following year.
    ITBP is building full fledge recreation and Training centre in Belgaum at Halbhavi, Belgaum provides the best climate for recreation and ITBP will relocate the personal and will have large family bases in Belgaum for its soldiers after high altitude stressful duty.
    • Assistant Commandant Ashok Kumar Rana was killed in 1998 at Chirwar, in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, in an encounter with Kashmiri insurgents.
    • Deputy Commandant Joy Lal, was killed in a land mine blast.
    • Inspector Raj Kumar was killed in 1997 in an encounter with Kashmiri insurgents at Wangam in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, and was posthumously decorated.
    • Constable Suresh Kumar was killed in December 1994 in an encounter with Kashmiri insurgents in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, and was posthumously decorated.
    • Constable Kishan Ram killed in March 1994 in an encounter with insurgents in District Anantnag in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, and was posthumously decorated.
    • Three members of the ITBP were also killed in an attempt to climb Mount Everest during a severe storm in 1996.
    • Ct Ajay Pathania and Roop Singh were killed when a suicide bomber attacked the Indian Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan on 7 July 2008. Both the officers have been honoured with Kirti Chakra on 15 August 2008.
    • 6 ITBP personnel were killed during rescue operations in flood hit Uttarakhand when the Mi-17V5 helicopter of IAF crashed due to bad weather.

    1. http://itbpolice.nic.in/itbpwebsite/aboutdg.html
    2. “THE INDO-TIBETAN BORDER POLICE FORCE ACT, 1992 ACT No. 35 OF 1992″. Government of India. Retrieved 29 September 2014.
    3. “HISTORY AND ROLE OF ITBP”. ITBP. ITBP. Retrieved 29 September 2014.
    4. Sundar, S (February 25, 2013). “Indo-Tibetan Border Police to raise 9 more battalions”. Hindu. Retrieved 29 September 2014.
    5. Jump up ^ ITBP Assistant Commandant GD LDCE Result UGCTET. Retrieved 9 October 2014.
    6. News on Sahyadri Channel / 24 October, 2014 / 7.00 p.m.
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  16. Kamala Devi

    Manniya Grihmantri ji Bharat
    Bharat Sarkar
    Sub:- Karundamul Adhar par noukari nahi karne aur ghar par akele asvast rahne ke karan mere putra ko Parmament transfer ke samband me avedhan patra
    Vinamra nivedan yah hai ki mai Kamala Devi W/O Lt. Ram Pravesh Dubey(Hav) No.730030629, 23 Bn Central Resrve Police me karyarat thea jinka dehant duty ke dauran date 16.05.2000 Bawana,Delhi me hoa gayi, jinka antim sanskar Delhi me hi CRP ke uchya adhikario ki maujudagi me kiya gaya, jo ki 27years marate dam tak Des sewa aur 1year Shri Lanka me duty kiye.
    Mera putra Anil Kumar Dubey S/O Lt. Ram Pravesh Dubey No.01080661 Rfn(GD) ka appointment 8th Bn Tripura State Rifles (India Resarv Battalion) me aur 2nd Bn me 14years se karyarat hai joa meri dekhbhal Dawa-ilaj mera putra Anil Kumar Dubey karata hai.
    Meri samasya yah hai sir ki mai kafi bridhya aur hirdya rog se grasit hua, Akho se kam dikhata hai aur bahut pahle nak pet ka operations hua tha aur 15 din pahle mai gir gai thi jisse mera dahina hath tut gaya jisme plaster laga hua hai jisse mai apna niji kam karne me asamarth hoa chuki hai shriman mera putra jao Tripura state Rifles, Tripura me hai joa hamare Azamgarh (U.P) se kafi dur hai jaha se ane-jane me 7-8 din lag jata hai.
    Isliye shriman se vinti hai ki mere putra ko Trpura State Rifles se Central Resrve Police me Parmament transfer kar ke lane ki kripa kare, sir jisse mera putra ghar se thoda najdik aa sake jisse sahi samya par meri ilaj-dawa kara sake jisse mujh akeli bidwa, besahari aur asawasth ki samasya kuch had tak sulajh sake
    Shriman meri samasya ko dekhate huye esko suljhane ki kripa kare mai sada es karya ke liye apki abhari rahugi, mai pahle es awedan patra koa apke office Delhi me November 2013 se abatak 3 bar Rajistri Dak bejh chuki hua magar bhi tak mujh akeli bidhwa, ashay aur aswasth ki samasya ka hal nahi hua koi sir apse aur apki sarkar se mujhe bahut sari umide hai ki hamare bhi achea din ayege aur hamara kam hoaga.

    Yours faithfully
    Kamala Devi
    W/O Lt. Ram Pravesh Dubey
    No.730030629Hav 23 Bn CRPF
    Vill- Sultanipur, Po- Rasepur
    Ps- Mehnagar, Dist Azamgarh(U.P)
    Pin No. 276129, M.No. 94***24801
    Email- Kamalad076@gmail.com

  17. please help me I have meet to shri rajnath singh ji plz………9991232425 plz…

  18. namste rajnathsingh ji name c.g.disst rajnandgaw.tahshil chuikhadan.post gandai pandriya.village GOKNA she hai SAR hame apni kam dandha ke liye lone Lena chahate SAR koi bhi yojna ke antrgat hame lone dila do SAR ham is lone ko imandari ke shath chukayenge ..Mahesh nishad c.g.

  19. namste rajnathsingh ji name c.g.disst rajnandgaw.tahshil chuikhadan.post gandai pandriya.village GOKNA she hai SAR hame apni kam dandha ke liye lone Lena chahate SAR koi bhi yojna ke antrgat hame lone dila do SAR ham is lone ko imandari ke shath chukayenge ..Mahesh nishad c.g.08817819833

  20. Nk Rana

    Hlo Rajnath ji ma Nk Rana mohali to bjp incharaj ha ta Rajnath ji ap ji nu milan da ichuk ha pls sir

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