PM Modi's birthday was the top trend on Indian Twitter on Tuesday (Image: @PMOIndia)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi turned 69 on Tuesday and was greeted by several leaders lead by Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Home Minister Amit Shah and Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi. Fans, admirers and well wishers of Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to various social media platforms to extend their best wishes. Wishes for PM Modi took over the Twitter space with all top trends in India being related to his birthday.
If you want to send PM Modi wishes on his birthday, here's how you can send your congratulations directly.
Online and Offline
The prime miniter's office (PMO) has provided various online and offline ways to establish a direct line of communication between the PM and the public. You can use one of these medium to send your wishes to PM Modi.
By correspondence or website
Common public can send a message to the PM using PMO website or sending mail to Narendra Modi. You can visit the official website of the prime minister (https://pmindia.gov.in/en/interact-with-honble-pm/) to convey your wishes. You can also use RTI to ask any questions. You can also send your wishes via post writing to: Web Communication Manager, Joint Secretary, PMO, South Block, New Delhi: 110011, Phone No, 011-23014547.
Via NaMo or PMO apps
People can contact PM Modiusing the 'Narendra Modi/NaMo' and 'PMO' mobile applications or apps. These apps are on Android, iOs and Windos platform. You can access these using your smartphone.
Using Fax or Email
One can send fax on 0091-11-23019545 or 0091-11-23016857 to convey their wishes to PM Modi. You can also send an email at email@example.com.
Twitter or Facebook page
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is quite active on social media and communicates with people using Twitter. People can send their best wishes on Twitter at @PMOIndia or @Narendramodi handles. One can also visit his facebook page at fb.com/pmoindia to leave a message.
Here are some other social media handles of PM Modi: