Pradhan Mantri Details
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Our Prime Minister Narendra Modi claims to be called as ‘Pradhan Sevak’ instead of ‘Pradhan Mantri’. That means, he does not like to be called as a Prime Minister but as the Head of Government Servant. This merely shows how citizen centric he is and we are glad to have a prime minister who keeps the citizens at the center stage.
In order to connect with the citizens of the country directly, the Prime Minister has published his contact details on all channels of online and offline modes, which we would mention in this article. Through, these channels, you can get in touch with the Prime Minister directly and your voice would be head and action taken, if you have any grievance.
Through Phone Lines
If you wish to call Prime Minister’s office, you can do so by dialing the following number from anywhere:
011 – 23012312
Alternatively, you can fax your letter to the following number:
011-23019545 & 011-23016857
Through Postal Service
You can write a letter to the Prime Minister and send it to his office at the following address through Indian Post or through courier or speed post:
Honorable Prime Minister of India,
7 Race Course Road,
New Delhi (India)
Or send your letters to:
Web Information Manager
South Block, Raisina Hill,
New Dellhi – 110011 (India)
Although it’s not an official email ID, but we have found it from some sources and you can reach the Prime Minister by addressing your emails to the following email ID:
Through Facebook Page
If you want to connect to the Prime Minister through Facebook, you would have to go on to his official FB page and write your concern over there. The official page of PM could be visited at www.facebook.com/pmoindia
Through Official Website
If you have anything to write to Prime Minister of India, you can also visit the official website of the Prime Minister and write your query or concern and you would be responded promptly. The official website of the Prime Minister’s office is http://pmindia.gov.in/en/interact-with-honble-pm/. Once you visit this website, you would have to register first and input your required details before you can submit your query or concern.
If you are a Twitter user, you can send your tweets directly at @PMOIndia or @Narendramodi
The PMO office has also started provision under which if you just give a miss call to 011-30063006, you can start getting tweets of the Prime Minister on your mobile phone regularly.