How to Meet Narendra Modi Personally and Face to Face

Narendra Damodardas Modi is the 14th Prime Minister of India. This dynamic man is the leader of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and before becoming the Prime Minister of India he was the Chief Minister of Gujarat (2001-14). He is one of India’s most controversial yet loved politicians and his speeches as well as twitter posts are legendary. Keep reading this article to find out various ways to meet Narendra Modi personally and face to face.

How to Meet Narendra Modi
Narendra Modi

How to Meet Narendra Modi Personally and Face to Face

1. Write a letter

Writing a letter may seem like an old-fashioned way to communicate as the Prime Minister receives thousands of letters on a daily basis, but still you should give it a try, as it is a very convenient mode of communicating with the PM. The address you should send this letter to is:

Hon. Shri Narendra Modi
The Prime Minister of India
Prime Minister’s Office
152, South Block
Raisina Hill
New Delhi – 110 011

2. Use social media

PM Modi is quite active in many social media platforms, so all you need to do is contact him via social media.

  • If you’re tweeting then use @PMOIndia or @Narendramodi in your tweet.
  • You can send message to the PM’s youtube channel as well
  • Alternatively, you can post on Narendra Modi’s Facebook Page in form of a comment or post.
  • He has recently joined Instagram, LinkedIn and Weibo too, so you can contact him there as well

3. Political Rally

This is an easy and most used way to meet the PM. He conducts many political rallies, as he is the leader of BJP and all you need to do is attend them. You need to find a BJP party worker and explain to him/her your reasons for meeting the PM as well as their importance. Remember there might be a large crowd and they might not grant you access but don’t worry we still have a couple more ways, to know more read on.

4. Request An Appointment

You can request an appointment through the portal http://mygov.nic.in and many unknown people have been granted the opportunity to meet the PM but there is a chance that your request might be denied. Don’t worry; we have another way that is sure to get you a personal meet with the PM

5. Contact Your Member of Parliament or a BJP leader

If you know a Member of Parliament (MP) or a BJP leader then you can use them to request a meet with the PM, there is a great chance he will agree but remember to get yourself introduced by your contact. Any method can be used to contact your MP or BJP leader.

Read Also: Narendra Modi WhatsApp Number

Hope you get successful in your endeavour and if you are please share your experience with us!

Article Title: How to Meet Narendra Modi Personally and Face to Face
Article last re-published on June 9, 2018.