10 Ways to contact PM Narendra Modi PMO India
We often have this thought of contacting out Prime Minister for conveying any issue of national interest that comes to our mind and sharing it to his office. If you have some questions or suggestions for contacting the office of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, below mentioned are ten ways through which you can do it.
- Contact PM through their official website
If you have a suggestion or a query for the Prime Minister’s office, you can simply visit their website at http://pmindia.gov.in/en/interact-with-honble-pm/ and first register yourself to submit your questions, queries and suggestions. Your submissions would be handled specially by the PMO team and would surely reach the Prime Minister and be attended.
- Call, Fax or write letter to Prime Minister
One of the easiest ways of contacting someone is by writing letters to them. If you want to issue to reach PMO, you can simply write letters to the Prime Minister at the address given below. You can even call at the numbers of PMO or send fax to the PMO.
Web Information Manager,
South Block, Raisana Hill,
New Delhi – 110011
Fax: +91-11-23019545; 23016857
There details are also provided at http://pmindia.gov.in
For sending letters, you can also address your letters to ‘Honorable Prime Minister of India, 7 Race Course Road, New Delhi’ and your letter would reach the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
- Write via using the portal mygov.nic.in
The portal mentioned above is a place where you can participate with the Prime Minister for sharing your ideas and putting up your questions and queries. You would have to visit this link and register yourself there before you can participate and involve yourself on the portal. The website is an excellent tool from PMO for citizen engagement and to ensure better governance.
- Write RTI to the PMO India
If you have any questions or queries on any issue of national interest, you can always apply for an RTI to the PMO India. There is only a Rs 10.00 fee for filing an RTI. The RTI stands for Right to Information and if you have filed an RTI, the concerned office/department has to necessarily reply to your query, with a possible solution.
The fee of Rs 10.00 can be deposited through a demand draft/banker’s cheque and can be drawn in favor or ‘Section Officer, Prime Minister’s Office’ payable at New Delhi. You can also get postal order drawn in the same favor. For more information on how to file an RTI, you can visit the PMO Indian RTI page.
- Tweet PMO India or PM Narendra Modi
If you are a net savvy person, you can get in touch with the PMO or PM Narendra Modi through Twitter. You can point your tweets at @Narendramodi or @PMOIndia. You can get your tweets of the Prime Minister directly on your mobile phone or through SMS by calling at 011-30063006.
- Use YouTube to send message to the Prime Minister
You can simply prepare your video of the question, query or suggestion and send it to Narendra Modi through YouTube channel. You need to point this video to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and send your message through ‘Send Message’ option.
- Post on Facebook Page
There is a Facebook page for Prime Minister Narendra Modi where you can put your suggestions, query or question. All you need to do it visit facebook.com/pmoindia and post whatever you want to say or ask.
- Send email directly to PM Narendra Modi
There is a direct email address of PM Narendra Modi where you can send your queries directly. The email address of the Prime Minister is email@example.com. Although, it is not an official email ID of the Prime Minister, you can still send an email to the PM through this email ID.
- Contact on LinkedIn, Instagram or Weibo
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on LinkedIn, Instagram or Weibo. You can contact him through the below mentioned links:
10. Narendra Modi Android Application
Not many of us would be knowing that there is an android application for Prime Minister Narendra Modi that you can use to interact with him. All you need to do is simply download the application on your Smartphone and start interacting with the PM directly.
This android application is a direct way through which you can not only interact with the PM but also keep getting updates and information about the policies and new concerning the governance. These 10 ways are excellent methods through which you can reach to the Prime Minister directly and get your issues addressed in the best possible manner.
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