If you are a fan of Prime Minister Narendra Modi or wish to convey any grievance to, or appreciate the work of his government, or share an opinion on any of his decisions, this story is for you.
20 years ago, Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi had begun his journey as the head of an elected government, on this day. He was born on September 17, 1950, in Vadnagar, Narendra Modi became the Chief Minister of Gujarat for the first time in 2001.
Since then, he never looked back. After Narendra Modi served for 12 years and 227 days as the Gujarat CM from 2001 to 2014, he was elected as the 14th PM of India in 2014 and then again in 2019.
Narendra Modi became the longest-serving head of elected government among all Indian PMs when he completed 6,878 days in office, on August 13, 2020.
Election results have proved that PM Modi enjoys huge popularity among the masses. The PM also finds ways to connect with the hoi polloi through various means, whether it is through his radio program Mann ki Baat or his NaMo app.
Do you want to contact him? Here are the ways and means of contacting PM Narendra Modi:
PM Modi’s contact numbers:
Do you want to call PM Narendra Modi’s official residence or office or wish to fax him, you can do it at:
PMO Fax: +91-11-23019545, 23016857
PMO helpline: +91-1800-110-031
Please note: A lot of public grievances relating to issues that fall under the purview of various Ministries/Departments or the State Governments are received by The Prime Minister’s Office. These grievances are forwarded by the Public Wing of this office to the concerned departments or Ministry or the State Government. The status of their letters sent to the Prime Minister can be enquired by the Citizens by dialing the facilitation number – 011-23386447.
PM Modi’s social media accounts
Undoubtedly, PM Modi is one of the most active State leaders in the world on social media. Personally tracking all the tweets and messages on his own, is an impossible thing and hence there is a dedicated team for the purpose.
Here are his verified social media accounts:
You can tag him in tweets with the following handles: @narendramodi or @PMOIndia
PM Modi’s e-mail ID:
The Prime Minister’s Office can be contacted at [email protected]. This account is for engagement with the public.
You can also register your grievances here: https://pmopg.gov.in/pmocitizen/Grievancepmo.aspx
You can also discuss various topics here: https://www.mygov.in/home/61/discuss/
Letter to PM Modi
Citizens can also send their grievances to the Prime Minister/PMO by post. Here is the address: Prime Minister Office, South Block, New Delhi, Pin Code – 110011.
If you wish to deliver by hand, do it here: PMO Dak Counter at South Block, New Delhi.