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How To Contact Narendra Modi

By Sara . Updated: March 15, 2022
How To Contact Narendra Modi
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Narendra Damodardas Modi is the 15th and current Prime Minister of India. On 26 May 2014 Narendra Modi swore in as the Prime Minister of India at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. After being sworn in as the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi has shown a keen interest in interacting with leaders of world, has supported important campaigns such as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and is also keen to listen to the citizens of India. So, if you have any query, suggestion or anything to say to the PM then you can contact him and present your views to him. After we told you how to contact Ratan Tata, in this article we will know how to contact Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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  1. Fax or Letter to the PM
  2. Contact via official Website
  3. Send an Email
  4. Tweet
  5. Interact via MyGov.nic.in Portal
  6. Facebook
  7. Youtube
  8. Write RTI to the PM
  9. Other Social Networking Sites

Fax or Letter to the PM

The simplest option is to write a letter directly to PM Narendra Modi and send it to his office address. Simply write a postcard and send it to the following address:

Web Information Manager

South Block, Raisina Hill

New Delhi – 110011

Phone No.: +91-11-23012312

Fax: +91-11-23019545, 23016857


You can simply write: Honorable Prime Minister of India, 7 Race Course Road, New Delhi as the address and it will be delivered to PM Narendra Modi.

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Contact via official Website

You can directly contact PM Narendra Modi via the official website http://pmindia.gov.in/en/interact-with-honble-pm/

Just login into the website and then register to contact the PM of India.

Send an Email

There is no official email address of PM Narendra Modi as of now. The email id registered in his Android App Page is narendramodi1234@gmail.com.

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You can easily contact PM Narendra Modi via the twitter handle @PMOIndia and @Narendramodi

Also you can receive the tweets of Narendra Modi by giving a missed call on 011 3006 3006 and you will receive the tweets of Narendra Modi directly on your Mobile phone as an SMS.

Interact via MyGov.nic.in Portal

MyGov is a platform for Citizen Engagment towards Good Governance in India. Register in this page and you can interact and share ideas with PM Narendra Modi.

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Visit the facebook page fb.com/pmoindia or Narendra Modi Facebook Page and post your question or views as comments in the facebook post.


To send your message through youtube go to the page "Narendra Modi’s Youtube Channel" and select the ‘send message’ option.

Write RTI to the PM

RTI is the Right to Information Act. You can use the the RTI and ask any question from PM Narendra Modi. RTI applications are accompanied by a fee of Rs. 10 which can be deposited as either a cash deposit with cashier or via Demand Draft/ Bankers Cheque. The draft can be drawn in favor of the “Section Officer, Prime Minister Office”.

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Other Social Networking Sites

Apart from facebook, twitter and yotube PM Narendra Modi has also joined Instagram, Linkedin and Weibo. You can contact him through these sites:




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I have been thinking of communicating with the Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi for the last few years.
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