Name : Narendra Modi (Contact Details of Prime Minister of India, Helpline Number)
Office Address (Delhi) : Web Information Manager, South Block, Raisina Hill, New Delhi-110011, India
Office Phone Number : +91-11-23012312
Fax Number : +91-11-23019545, 23016857
Narendra Modi Staff Contact Details :
|Designations at PMO||Officer Name||Telephone|
|Principal Secretary to PM||Sh. Nripendra Misra||011-23013040|
|National Security Advisor||Sh. Ajit Doval KC||011-23019227|
|Addl. Principal Secretary to PM||Dr. P. K. Mishra||011-23014844|
|Secretary to PM||Sh. Bhaskar Khulbe||011-23010838|
|Addl. Secretary to PM||Sh. Tarun Bajaj||011-23793308|
|Sh. Arvind Kumar Sharma||011-23015944|
|Joint Secretary to PM||Ms. Debashree Mukherjee||011-23018485|
|Sh. Gopal Baglay||011-23016308|
|Sh. Brajendra Navnit||011-23012613|
|Sh. V. Sheshadri||011-23013485|
|Dr. Shrikar Keshav Pardeshi||011-23018040|
|Private Secretary to PM||Sh. Rajeev Topno||011-23012312|
|Sh. Sanjeev Kumar Singla||011-23016920|
|OSD (Information)||Sh. Sharat Chander||011-23017676|
|Director||Sh. Mayur Maheshwari||011-23013586|
|Sh. Brijesh Pandey||011-23010849|
|Sh. Vivek Kumar||011-23013024|
|Sh. Rajender Kumar|
|Sh. Chandresh Sona||011-23018632|
|Deputy Secretary||Sh. Ajit Kumar||011-23017367|
|Ms. Kavitha Padmanabhan||011-23013132|
|Sh. Vijay Kumar Mantri||011-23017442|
|Sh. Yadav Manharsinh Laxmanbhai||011-23793404|
|Ms. Aishvarya Singh||011-23017927|
|Shri Amrik Singh||011-23074072|
|Deputy Secretary (Funds)||Sh. Agni Kumar Das||011-23013683|
|OSD (Communications & Information Technology) [work distribution]||Dr. Hiren Joshi||011-23014208|
|OSD (Research & Strategy) [work distribution]||Sh. Pratik Doshi||011-23018876|
|OSD (Appointment & Tour) [work distribution]||Sh. Sanjay R. Bhavsar||011-23018939|
|OSD (Media Research) [work distribution]||Sh. Ashutosh Narayan Singh||011-23016920|
|Joint Director (OL)||Ms. Purnima Sharma||011-23015236|
|Under Secretary (Admin)||Sh. Surajit Dutta||011-23018130|
|Under Secretary (Public)||Sh. Ambuj Sharma||011-23014155|
|Under Secretary (Parliament)||Sh. Biplab Kumar Roy||011-23017530|
|Under Secretary (Pol)||Sh. Avinash Kumar Sinha||011-23010976|
|Under Secretary (Pers)||Sh. Pushpendra Kumar Sharma||011-23018939|
|Under Secretary (RTI)||Sh. Parveen Kumar||011-23382590|
|Research Officer||Dr. Nirav K. Shah||011-23012661|
|Sh. Yash Rajiv Gandhi||011-23014208|
|Reference Officer||Sh. Aneesh R.||011-23014021|
|Dr. Sushrut Sharma||011-23014021|
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About : Narendra Modi (Narendra Damodardas Modi) was born on 17 September 1950 in Gujarat, India. He is 15th Prime Minister of India and former Chief Minister of Gujarat. He belongs to Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). He was member of RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) and leader of ABVP (Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad). He took birth in Vadnagar (earlier in Bombay, currently in Gujarat).
According to internet sources, his wife is Jashodaben, with whom he married in 1968 and current status is estranged. The name of his father and mother are Damodardas Mulchand Modi & Hiraben Modi, respectively. Mr. Modi completed his higher studies from University of Delhi and Gujarat University.
|Fathers Name||Late Shri Damodardas Modi|
|Date of Birth|
|Personal Email IDfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Personal Contact Number||07923232611|
|Education||– MA Post Graduate from MA From Gujarat University, Ahmedabad in 1983
– BA Graduate from Delhi University, Delhi in 1978
– S.S.C. from S.S.C. Board of Gujarat in 1967
|Total Assets||Rs 1,65,91,582|
|Original Name||Narendra Damodardas Modi|
|Father’s Name||Late Damodardas Mulchand Modi|
|Wife’s Name||Jasodaben Chimanlal Modi|
|Sisters||Vasantiben Hasmukhlal Modi|
|Date of Birth||17 September, 1950|
|Height||175 cm (1.70m)|
|Weight||78kg (172lbs) – (avg),|
|Favorite Politicians||Syama Prasad Mukherjee, Atal Bihari Vajpayee|
|Favorite Leaders||Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Swami Vivekananda|
Some interesting facts about Narendra Modi
- Since childhood Narendra Modi always wanted to join Indian Army. He always dreamt to study in a Sainik School which was near to his home but he couldn’t because he hasn’t enough money to pay the fees.
- His abandoning of home at a young age (around 18 years) was out of a protest against his arranged marriage, that he wanted to renounce.
- His father used to run a tea stall at the Vadnagar railway station and Mr Modi as a son helped his father with it. Later on, he himself was running a stall at a bus terminus.
- After abandoning his family, he moved around for two years, visited a number of places including religious centres before he became a full-time member of RSS in 1971.
- While the Indo-Pak war of 1971 was a thing that can’t get unnoticed, he continued his work at RSS and while protesting against the government for its ways, he went to jail at a tender age of twenty-one.
- While emergency was enforced in 1975, he had to stay hidden for a long time.
- He was appointed the general secretary of the “Gujarat Lok Sangharsh Samiti” in 1977. After this move of RSS, to protest against the Emergency state declared for the country, RSS was banned. Mr Modi has to stay undercover to avoid being arrested. During this time, he was making safe houses for people who were on the wanted list by the government and raised funds to help the activists and refugees.
- In 1979, he moved to Delhi to research and write a book describing RSS version of Emergency. He, later on, returned to Gujrat but instead of joining his family, moved to Ahmedabad.
- In 1985, RSS introduced him to BJP and he worked with the party, holding several positions until in 2001, when he finally became the representative of the state of Gujrat, being it’s Chief Minister.
- In 1990, he helped BJP organise L. K. Advani’s 1990 Ram Rath Yatra and Murli Manohar Joshi’s 1991–92 Ekta Yatra (Journey for Unity) just before he took a brief break from politics. He had become a vibrant member of BJP in Gujrat after he campaigned for the party and enjoyed the sweet taste of victory.
- In 1992, he successfully established a school in Ahmedabad despite the friction with Shankersingh Vaghela, an MP at that time.
- In 1994, Mr Advani insisted that he returned to politics, which he accepted and BJP gained the upper hand in 1995 state elections. It was only a matter of time that he was the National Secretary of the party and was involved in party activities outside Gujrat. His strategy made the party win a number of elections including the one in 1998.
- Keshubhai Patel’s failing health and a poor public image along with the earthquake in Bhuj on January 26, 2001, lead him to the important position of the CM. However, the following year, the government he formed was severely criticised for handling the grave matter of communal riots in Gujrat at an inappropriate level.
- Whatever be it, once he occupied the position of CM in Gujrat, he never was abandoned by the citizens and was chosen over and over again until he became the Prime minister of India.
- In 2014 elections, the battle was not between Congress and BJP; rather it was Modi against everything else that was brought into question. After 1984, no party had received such a huge majority but he did make happen what had started appearing to be impossible. The slogan “ache din ayenge” became the lifeline and hope for a long-awaited change in the country.
- His wax statue was unveiled at Madame Tussaud Wax Museum in London in 2016. He is also the most talked about leader owing to his foreign trips and unique political policy.
Major Decisions taken by him during his tenure as the PM
- Make in India – to raise foreign direct investment in the Indian economy
- Abolishing the Planning Commission
- A high-profile sanitation campaign
- Swach Bharat Abhiyan
- Reduction in spending on healthcare and social welfare programmes.
- Abolished environmental and labour laws
- The controversial demonetisation of high-denomination banknotes.
- He was the first to chat with the citizens of India on a one-on-one basis even after holding serious designation in the assembly.
Narendra Modi – Wiki / Biography
A Prime Minister who decided to take charge
|Name||Narendra Damodardas Modi|
|Born||17 September 1950 (age 68)|
|Birthplace||Vadnagar, Bombay State, India
|Family Background||Grocers (OBC) belonging to Modh-Ghanchi-Teli (oil-presser) community|
|Parents||Father – Damodardas Mulchand Modi (c. 1915 – 1989)
Mother – Hiraben Modi (born c. 1920)
|Current Designation||14th Prime Minister of India (since 2014)|
|Previous positions of importance||? Chief Minister of Gujarat (2001 to 2014)
? Member of Parliament – Varanasi
? Member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (since he was 8 years old)
|Political party||Bharatiya Janata Party|
|Spouse||Jashodaben Chimanlal (m. 1968) (estranged)|
|Residence||7, Lok Kalyan Marg, New Delhi, India|
|Alma mater||? Higher Secondary Education (1967)
? Bachelor of Arts in political science, third division, from the School of Open Learning at the University of Delhi (1978)
? Master of Arts in political science from Gujarat University – distance learning programme (1983)
|Childhood interests||Theatre and debates|
|Political mentor||Lakshmanrao Inamdar, popularly known as Vakil Saheb|
|Ideal Philosopher||Swami Vivekananda|
|Awards and Recognition||? Best Chief Minister (2007)
? Appeared on the cover of the Asian edition of Time Magazine, March 2012,
? Indian of the Year by CNN-IBN (2014).
? Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World (2014, 2015 and 2017)
? Person of the Year (2014 and 2016)
? 15th-Most-Powerful Person in the World (Forbes 2014)
? 9th-Most-Powerful Person in the World (2015, 2016, 2018)
? 13th-Most-Influential Person in the World, Bloomberg Markets Magazine (2015)
? Rank 5 among the “World’s Greatest Leaders” (2015)
? Top third leader in the world (2017 by Gallup International Association)
? Time’s “30 Most Influential People on the Internet” (2015)
? ‘Champions of the Earth’ UN’s highest environmental award (2018)
? Seoul Peace Prize (2018)
|State Honours||Order of Abdulaziz Al Saud (Saudi Arabia, 2016)
State Order of Ghazi Amir Amanullah Khan (Afghanistan, 2016)
Grand Collar of the State of Palestine (Palestine, 2018)
Order of Zayed (UAE, 2019)
Order of St. Andrew (Russia, 2019)
|Books Authored||· Convenient Action (English)
· The Yoga Of Education (English)
· Dabadabo Ek Daayakano (Gujarati)
· Samajik Samarasta (Gujarati)
· Shree Guruji: Ek Swayamsevak (Hindi – Gujarati)
· Setubandh (Hindi) : Co-Writer Rajabhai Nene
· Premtirth (Gujarati)
· Sangharshma Gujarat (Gujarati)
· Kelave te Kelavani (Gujarati)
· Apatkalme Gujarat (Hindi)
· Jyotipoonj (Gujarati)
· Education is Empowerment (English)
· Shakshibhav (Gujarati)
· Bhavyatra (Hindi)
· Engaging the World (English)
|Books Co-Authored||A biography of Inamdar, published in 2001|
|Personal Characteristics||Vegetarian, a Teetotaler, Workaholic and Introvert. He follows a thrifty lifestyle. He has been defined as energetic, arrogant, and charismatic by several biographers.|
|Bio-pic||Vivek Oberoi will appear as Mr Modi in his biopic which was announced in January 2019.|