While Prime Minister Narendra Modi is out of direct reach for billions of ordinary Indian citizens, people can contact him and his office to share their woes or bring his attention to their complaints.
People can use several ways to contact the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and the process is made easier by the online websites of the government.
According to the official website pmindia.gov.in, people can reach Web Information Manager at PMO by dialing Phone No: +91-11-23012312, the PMO Fax Number is +91-11-23019545, 23016857.
A lot of people write to Prime Minister Modi and some of them have also received responses from him. PM Modi mentions about the letters he receives in his monthly radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’. During the show, he appreciates citizens for their unique initiatives for the environment or for promoting Indian arts and culture.
He also speaks on woes shared by ordinary citizens.
To send your complaints to the PMO, you can log on to PMO Grievance Portal. You can log into an existing account or create a new one.
You can track the status of your complaints by logging in to the PMO Grievance Portal.
To create a new account you will have to visit this page and provide simple details such as your name, gender, address, Pincode, mobile number, email address, and security code mentioned on the website.
Currently, PM Modi is inviting ideas for the 100th edition of Mann Ki Baat for which you can dial 1921 or visit this page.
Besides this, you can track PM Modi’s updates via his official accounts across various social media platforms such as:
PMO Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pmoindia
PMO Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/pmoindia
PMO YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/pmoindia
PMO Address: E Block, Central Secretariat, New Delhi, Delhi 110011
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