How to contact to prime minister of Bangladesh? Demo Email letters Provided

Hi guys I hope all of  you are fine. In blogging I was not  giving enough update. My irregular content effect this blog very much. By the by today or tomorrow I might come back with full spirit of blogging. Today I am gonna discuss about a important thing. It’s a not only important but also helping  for our countries  people. Some times in online we may wonder and find on Google how to contact to  prime minister of Bangladesh?

How to contact to prime minister of Bangladesh? Demo Email letters Provided


Sheikh Hasina – Prime Minister of BD

On this condition we might not find properly or may go wrong places. For this reason I like to give you some guidelines How many ways you can contact to prime minister of Bangladesh ?
If you are citizens of Bangladesh you have the right to know the contact information of prime minster of  Bangladesh ,if you like to give her any letter or or want talk with her you can rightly follow this information.
Here I m gonna say you will need to go the is pages and contact by email.
If you want to fax then use  PABX: 0088-02-9136900 9, Fax: +880 29133722
this number. And for direct call Prime minister Sheikh Hasina’s contact number for general people
But don’t call this number if you don’t have any valid reason.
Now what if you like to email to Prime Minister
Here I m giving a model letter how do you explain what is your need if you need to email to prime minister.
So after reading this article you might well know how to contact to Prime Minister
Prime Minister Office email address: info
PMO Bangladesh website :
Sheikh Hasina
Prime Minister of Bangladesh

Prime Minister’s Office of Bangladesh with Email address



Old Airport Road

Model letters to prime minister of Bangladesh are given below:



Sheikh Hasina, Honorable Prime Minister

Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh

Prime Minister’s Office

Old Sangsad Bhaban

Tejgaon, Dhaka-1215, Bangladesh


Fax: +880 2 811 3244 / 3243 / 1015 / 1490

Honorable Prime Minister,

I respectfully request your attention to Global Coal Management Resources’ (GCM)

proposed construction of an open-pit coal mine in Phulbari. I am concerned about the

devastating impacts this project would have on your country’s people and environment.

Along with thousands of Bangladeshi citizens who have protested this project since 2005,

I urge you to ban open-pit coal mining in Phulbari.

As an advocate for human rights, I am very concerned about the thousands of families

who would be forcibly displaced from their homes and farmlands. Many studies have

shown that cash payments to families displaced by development projects result in their

impoverishment. In Bangladesh, where nearly half the population currently has too little

to eat, it would be cruelly irresponsible to push hard-working families further into

poverty. The mine would also destroy 5,000 hectares of productive agricultural land in

Phulbari, further reducing the food supply.

The impact on Indigenous Peoples is of particular concern. According to project

documents, at least 2, 200 Indigenous people would be forcibly displaced from their

homes and farmlands, in violation of the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous

Peoples. Indigenous leaders say as many as 50,000 Indigenous people in 20 different

tribal groups could eventually lose their lands and livelihoods as mining depletes the

water table. By breaking apart and dispersing the tribal communities, the Phulbari project

could destroy cultures and languages that have sustained tribal peoples in this region for

5,000 years.

In addition to these grave human rights considerations, the Phulbari coal mine project

should be rejected on environmental grounds. It would pollute the air, soil, and water for

centuries to come, destroy river ecosystems, and threaten the Sundarbans mangrove

forests that protect Bangladesh from cyclones and provide critical habitat to many

endangered species including the Bengal tiger. It would produce greenhouse gases that

cause climate change, further endangering Bangladesh’s lowland populations.

Whatever short-term gains GCM offers your government for the Phulbari project, the

price in human lives and environmental destruction is too high. By rejecting the Phulbari

project and banning open-pit coal mining, you will gain the respect and gratitude of your

citizens now and for generations to come. Please embrace this historic opportunity to

defend the human rights of your people and prevent environmental catastrophe.



Advocate Mostafizur Rahman, M.P.

Honourable State Minister

Ministry of Land

Room # 305, 3rd Floor, Building # 4,

Bangladesh Secretariat

Dhaka, Bangladesh


Dr. Hasan Mahmud, M.P.

Honourable State Minister of Environment and Forests

Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh

Bangladesh Secretariat, Dhaka, Bangladesh

E-mail :

Michael Anderson, Director General, Policy and Global Issue

Department for International Development,

1 Palace Street, London SW1E 5HE

Fax: + 020 7023 0019

Email: via his Executive Assistant Liz Whitby at:

Richard Calvert, Director General, Finance and Corporate Performance

Department for International Development,

1 Palace Street, London SW1E 5HE

Fax: +020 7023 0019

Email: via his Executive Assistant Kirsten Stewart at:

James F. Moriarty, US Ambassador to Bangladesh

Embassy of the United States Dhaka

Madani Avenue Baridhara

Dhaka Bangladesh 1212


Fax: (880) (2) 9881677, (880) (2) 9885688

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