People are frequently upset as a result of the work of some government departments. They get a feeling that they are not being heard by the government/ government departments. Amid the coronavirus period, this feeling of ignorance has increased leaving many citizens frustrated.

People file their complaints to higher officials and government portals. Yet they are not satisfied with the response/action to the complaints. Exasperated people want to raise their complaints to Prime Minister’s office so that appropriate action could be taken on the issue. However, many of these people striving for change are not aware of how to reach to Prime Minister.

Here are the details on how to reach to Prime Minister while sitting at home.

How to file a complaint online?

--To file your complaint visit Prime Minister’s office website-

--Go to the homepage and scroll to find the “Interact with PM” option.

--There, you will be provided with the option “Write to PM”. There you can write your complaint to Prime Minister/ Prime Minister’s Office.

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--A new page will open and you have to fill in the aked details.

--After this, the CPGRAMS (complainant through the Public Grievance Redressal and Monitoring System) page will open where the complaint is lodged.

--Register your complaint, then a registration number is generated. Citizens can also upload pertinent documents related to their complaints.

How to file a complaint via post?

You can also send your complaint to PM via post. The address is Prime Minister's Office, South Block, New Delhi, Pin - 110011. 

To send complaints through FAX, the FAX number is 011-23016857.

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