How To Contact With PM Of India Narendra Modi – PMO Office Address

By | November 11, 2017

How To Contact With PM Of India Narendra Modi – PMO Office Address

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Different Ways To Contact With Modi

There are 9 ways through which you can make contact with Prime minister Of India. After becoming prime minister of India Modi has taken very great and effective decisions which are helpful to the growth of middle order people strongly. He is also praised by other countries as well for his great decision.

Modi Working Culture

Modi is continuously working toward making this nation corruption free. And trying to make our nation better on the world map. But he also need its citizen support in his mission only then the whole nation dream will be fulfill. His working routine is also very strict and starts working from early in the morning to the late nights with fellow ministers.

PM Modi Contact Information

If you have to reach out to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, you can feel free to contact him. The only way to contact Modi is not the Prime Minister’s Office. However, it is also true that most of the people trust PMOs.

In the initial days of the demonetization, 80% of the raids conducted by IT and ED were based on information given by the Prime Minister’s Office.

However, there are many more ways through which you can reach out to the Prime Minister. We are telling you nine different ways, from which you can contact to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

) Contact Via Website

You will need to register yourself by going to http://www.pmindia.gov.in/en/interact-with-honble-pm/. This is a small process, so that you can communicate directly with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This is their official website. From here you can direct message to them.

) Write Letters

Write letter to PMO on provided address: Prime Minister’s Office South Block, Raisina Hill New Delhi-110011. You can only write as above the letter – Respected Prime Minister, 7 Race Course Road, New Delhi. This letter also goes to the PMO.

) Tweet To PMO Or Prime Minister

You can also contact the Prime Minister’s Office or the Prime Minister through Twitter. Both have twitter handles – @PMOIndia or @Narendramodi.

) Contact From Facebook

You can also contact the Prime Minister’s Facebook page. Their Facebook page is – https://www.facebook.com/narendramodi. Apart from this you can also contact the PMO’s Facebook page, link to the PMO’s Facebook page is – https://www.facebook.com/PMOIndia /.

) Contact Through E-mail

Prime Minister’s e-mail id is – narendramodi1234@gmail.com PMO’s e-mail id – connect@mygov.nic.in Prime Minister’s Office Email ID – indiaportal@gov.in.

) Phones / Fax

PMO’s fax number 9111 23019545, 23016857 PMO’s phone no. 91 11 23012312.

) YouTube channels

 You can also contact him through the Prime Minister’s YouTube channel. Has a link – https://www.youtube.com/user/narendramodi/featured. You can send your message through this. There is a Sand Message option in it.

) Namo App

You can also contact Prime Minister by downloading the “Namo” Android application. After this, the mail direct from the PM will come to your mobile. Apart from this, you will get a lot of information. The name of the app is NaMo. You can download this from the Google Play Store. By visiting this link, you can download the app- https: //play.google.com/store/apps/details? Id = com.narendramodiapp.

) RTI

You can also contact the Prime Minister’s Office through RTI. For this, you have to pay a fee of Rs 10 only. If you come in the category of below poverty line, then you will not have to pay this fee. You can find all the information from the PMO’s RTI page, which has links – http://www.pmindia.gov.in/en/right-to-information-act/.

Prime Minister Complaint Number

 So these the ways by the help of which you can reach to PMO office or directly contact with prime minister of India or tell his about your complain or if have any kind of suggestion.

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