Priya Saha Bio, Age, Husband, Work, Donald Trump, Kids

Priya Saha is a Bangladeshi organizer who was the organizer of the Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council of Bangladesh. She gained media coverage after making allegation against Bangladesh to president of America Donald Trump. After that, she hated by the Bangladeshi people for masking fake report about the country. People started trow their anger on her as she described the country killed Hindu, Buddhist and Christian and burned their houses.

Quick Facts
Priya Saha
Born 11 July 1980
Age 43 years
Birth place Pirojpur, Bangladesh
Nationality Bangladeshi
Occupation Organizer

Early life

Priya Saha was born in July 20th, 1980 in Pirojpur, Bangladesh. She completed her schooling in her hometown. She is graduated from Dhaka University. Later she joined religious non profit works and she was fired for her controversies.

Personal life

Priya Saha is married to Maloy Shah, who is working as assistant deputy director of Anti-Corruption Commission. They has two daughter who are living in USA.


Priya Saha started her career as an organizational secretary in Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council. Later on, the organization announced that she is no more a part of their organization as she complained fake report the American president.

Priya Saha’s white house visit

In  17 July 2019, she got chance to meet president Donald Trump along with 17 representatives from 17 countries, and she said to the US president that I am from Bangladesh where over 37 million Hindu, Buddha, and Christians are disappeared, they burned our houses, they killed our people and we are suffering every day. President asked: Who? Who are doing this? and she replied its Muslim council.”

Full Story

On July 7, US President Donald Trump spoke at the White House with religious leaders and representatives around the world on religious freedom and tolerance.

On this, Priya Saha, who is known as Bangladeshi, complained to Trump, “I am from Bangladesh.” In Bangladesh, 27 million Hindus, Buddhists and Christians are missing. Please help our people. We want to stay in our country.

Then she said there are now 188 million minorities. We lost our homes. They burnt our houses, they occupied our land. But no trial has been received so far.

At one point, Trump himself joined hands with the woman in sympathy.

At this time Trump asked, ‘Who has occupied the land, who occupied the house?’

In response to Trump’s question, Priya Saha said, “They are Muslim fundamentalist groups and they always seek political asylum. Always gets. ‘

The video of the interview was published by Priya Saha with the US TV channel ABC Network Channel ABC Four Utah Trump. It was then spread on social media. The Bangladeshi commentaries have made different remarks in the country and abroad, with severe condemnation.

In the meantime, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has already spoken to the Trump with a plot and intrigued remark against Priya Saha in Bangladesh.

State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam has strongly condemned the statement of Priya Saha.

In response to this, US Ambassador to Dhaka Robert Miller said that the allegation of the woman given to the US President is not true. Different religious communities of Bangladesh respect each other.

Over media

The video went online viral by the hours and people started anger on her as she complained to the President which was not true. People started asking for justice and it was trend on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.


Barrister Syed Sayedul Haque Suman is filling a case against her as she described fake information about the country.


  • Govt called Priya Saha‘s allegation ‘blatant lies’.
  • State Minister for Foreign Affairs M Shahriar Alam said the government will investigate why Priya Saha allegationed the country.

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