PM of India Mr. Narendra Modi, the fifteenth Prime Minister of India has been immensely popular among the masses from the very beginning. His speeches are heartwarming and his philosophies worth adhering to. He is a strong political leader as well as a successful winner of hearts. Though he himself takes every opportunity to communicate with the masses, it is sometimes difficult to find out the way you could communicate your messages to him. In this article, we will discuss the best ways you could contact Mr Narendra Modi.
1. His Official Website
Our honourable Prime Minister has made it very convenient for the masses to communicate their ideas or messages to him by offering them a platform where they can directly write to Mr. Narendra Modi.
The website – http://www.pmindia.gov.in/en/interact-with-honble-pm is an effective way you can describe the problem you are facing. All you need to do is register yourself with an email id, enter the details of the person or organization against whom you are writing the complaint. PM Modi has given the right to all the citizens of India to directly communicate with him.
2. His mobile App
Yes, you get it right. PM Modi has used technological advancements like never before. He has offered the people of India a great opportunity to witness what he has planned and how much he has executed. His famous show Mann ki Baat is no exception to his reception of the common folk with open arms. You can download this app from https://www.narendramodi.in/downloadapp
3. His Official Contact Details – Phone number, Fax and email id
To directly connect with PMO India, you can write an email to email@example.com or his personal email id – firstname.lastname@example.org. The numbers for Fax are +91-11-23019545 and 23016857. Phone numbers as officially announced are +91-11-23012312, 011-23015603, 011-23018939, 011-23018668.
4. His address
Another method to approach the Honourable Prime Minister of India is his official residence – 7, Race Course Road, New Delhi. You can also write a letter to Web Information Manager, South Block, Raisina Hill, New Delhi -110011. Another address to post a letter at is Prime Minister’s Office, 152 South Block, Raisina Hill, New Delhi – 110011, India.
5. MyGov.in Portal
By accessing https://www.mygov.in you can not only get information about the various policies being run by the government, but also the activities and projects undertaken. You can have a word with the decision makers using this portal or give your word in the debate. Surveys and Polls are also there.
The Right to Information Act 2005 has changed a lot. You can ask for – what, why, how and other such queries from the responsible authority and they are liable to answer you. This applies also to PMO India. You can write an application and send it to the Prime Minister by paying a nominal fee of Rs 10 using a DD or a cheque or by making a cash deposit in the favour of Section’s Office, Prime Minister’s Office. BPL candidates are exempted from this fee as well.
7. Twitter handle
With over 16 million followers, Prime Minister Narendra Modi enjoys a fan following that makes him more popular than any celebrity. You can connect with him through Twitter @PMOIndia and @Narendramodi. It is very convenient to receive latest updates from NaMo by giving a missed call on 011 3006 3006.
Send a message as a comment to Prime Minister Narendra Modi by accessing his YouTube page https://www.youtube.com/user/narendramodi
9. Social Media
PM Modi is also active on Facebook. You can reach him at his official Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/PMOIndia or through his personal Facebook account https://www.facebook.com/narendramodi
On professional platform Linkedin you can reach out to the PM through https://in.linkedin.com/in/narendramodi
PM also uses Instagram and you can follow him on https://www.instagram.com/narendramodi/
10. PMO Helpline
PMO helpline number +91-1800-110-031 is yet another way you can approach one of the greatest leaders of free India.
Unlike most of the Prime Ministers who remain in solitude, PM Modi has opened up all the doors for the commoners to contact him. That is why the world is charmed by him. Jai Hind!