The Twitter account of PM Modi’s has been hacked, demanded cryptocurrency donation to the relief fund. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Twitter handle-account has been hacked. Twitter confirmed this on Thursday. Hackers made several tweets and asked users to donate through the cryptocurrency to the Corona Virus Relief Fund.
The Twitter company said it was aware of PM Modi’s website account being hacked and is protecting it. The entire situation is being investigated. The Twitter company recently deleted all tweets from Modi’s Twitter account.
As usual, no statement was released by PM Modi’s office in this regard. The Prime Minister has 2.5 million followers. Modi uses it to run his website www.narendramodi.in and the Narendra Modi mobile application.
In another tweet, the hacker wrote, ‘This account has been hacked by John Wick (protected by email). We did not hack Paytm Mall. The incident came to light at a time when Twitter accounts of several prominent personalities were hacked in July.
If you contact Modi, you suspect
You can tag PM Modi in your tweet through these handles: MPMOIndia or Narendramodi
Google Plus: http://plus.google.com/+NarendraModi
In particular, the Prime Minister has a large team. The team immediately sends a message and listens to people’s complaints.
PM Modi’s email information
The Prime Minister’s office can be connected through email@example.com. This account is specifically designed to keep in touch with people. One can write to the PMO about public grievances or governance issues. PM Modi can also be contacted through firstname.lastname@example.org and his PMO email id email@example.com.
You can also send a complaint here
Web Information Manager, South Block, Raisina Hill, New Delhi-110011 – Phone Number – + 91-11-23012312
Fax – + 91-11-23019545, 23016857 can also be contacted.
If you want to contact PM Modi through http://pmindia.gov.in, you can write letter to “Honorable Prime Minister of India” and PM Modi’s address (7, Race Course Road, New Delhi) . Your letter will reach PM Modi directly.
PM Modi can also use e-governance to communicate with the public.
There is a portal for redress of public grievances. On which you can directly tell PM Modi your problem. You can also send attachments if needed. Through this portal, PM Modi requests suggestions, feedback, complaints, compliments, appointment times and messages from people. You can send a letter to PM Modi at this address.
People can also use the MyGov.in portal to establish contacts. Here you can also have live conversation during conversation, radio broadcast, stage discussion etc. The team PMO reacts actively here. Contact at http://www.mygov.in/home/61/discuss/.
Prime Minister Modi’s phone number information
If you want to adopt the traditional way of contacting PM Modi, you can lodge your complaint by phone, fax in his home or office.
PMO Fax: 011-23016857
Contact numbers of PM Modi: 011-23015603, 11-23018939, 011-23018668
PMO Helpline: + 91-1800-110-031