If someone is troubling you then now the Prime Minister will listen to you, and file online complaint like this!



Many times people face disappointment due to lack of action or problems in government departments and even after complaining to higher authorities or police, they feel that their complaints are not being resolved. However, moving forward, this will no longer be the case, as we are here to guide you on how to file a complaint with the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) to not only ensure appropriate action but also to prevent future troubles.

How to file a complaint in PMO?

A website has been provided to lodge complaints with the Prime Minister's Office: https://www.pmindia.gov.in/hi. By visiting this website, you can register your complaint by clicking on the option “Write to the Prime Minister”. After this, you will be redirected to the CPGRAMS page, where you can lodge your complaint. Once the complaint is filed, you will receive a registration number. Citizens can also upload relevant documents related to the complaint. The information to be filled includes personal details as well as details of the complaint.

You can also send a written complaint through Indian Postal Services to the Prime Minister's Office, South Block, New Delhi, PIN 110011. Alternatively, you can send your complaint via fax to the number 011-23016857.

How is the action taken?

The Prime Minister's Office has a dedicated team to investigate complaints and take appropriate action. This team coordinates with various ministries, departments and state governments. Once your complaint reaches them, they investigate and if your concerns are found to be valid, necessary action is taken.