“Chaiwala to Prime Minister of India”, I have to introduce our hon’ble Prime minister Narendra Modi proudly like this. He is man with unbelievable talents, who has raised from the huts of Gujarat to this PM position. Our PM likes to interact with people, he wants to reach out to each and every citizen of India.
How to contact Prime Minister Office(PMO) in India
Step 1: Open Chrome
Step 2: Go to https://www.pmindia.gov.in/en/interact-with-honble-pm/
Step 3: Tab on write to Prime Minister
Step 4: Fill personal details
Step 5: Enter the OTP
Step 6: Enter the required details
Step 7: Write your message and click on submit.
That’s why he is participating in “Maan ki baat” and similar programs. He is very updated with the latest technologies. A few years back, interacting with Prime Minister is like day dreaming. But now, as we have moved on to the regime of social media, contacting anyone in the world is simple as ABC, so as our Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
There are many ways you can contact him regarding any query or complaint, we have listed those ways for you in this article.
The site is directly run by the PMO staffs in New Delhi.
2. Narendra Modi App: You can download NaMo (Narendra Modi) app from the play store using this link. You can directly receive emails and messages directly from the PM using the app. You can listen to live Maan Ki Baat videos.
You can directly interact with the PM to give your opinions, and read his blogs and biography.
3. Call and Fax to PMO: Easy way of contacting the people of PMO is through phone and fax. Number are provided below PMO phone number is 011-23012312 PMO Fax number is 011-23016857, 23019545
4. Write a letter to the PMO: You can write a letter or postcard to the following address of the prime minister. There are chances that you may get reply if your letter has the right cause.
152, South Block, Raisina Hill, New Delhi – 110011 Fax:011-23016857, 23019545
6. Write a Suggestion to the site http://www.mygov.in In this site You can post your suggestion for the program “Maan Ki Baat”, You can take part in the surveys organized by the government, Also, you can join yourself to the contests organized by Govt. organizations.
7. Facebook Page: fb.com/pmoindia You can follow the posts of PM’s Facebook page by clicking on the link above. And you can comment on the posts as well.
8. Twitter Account: twitter.com/pmoindia Prime Minister actively uses twitter, you can follow him in the twitter to get updates on his activities and reply to his tweets.