Here is the picture of the letter. In a letter dated 31 August 1971 from the office of the Special Representative of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh in Goring Street, Central London, Justice Chowdhury wrote:
Dear Mr Andre Chandranagar,
Greetings to you from the Government of Bangladesh.
I am AK Nazrul Islam and Dr. Sending MHA authentic. They will meet you personally and talk about Bangladesh.
I would be obliged if you could please give them an opportunity to meet the delegates coming to the conference and describe the tragic events that took place in Bangladesh on March 25, 1971. Yahya Khan’s troops are still carrying out massacres.
Our beloved leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is illegally imprisoned. No one could meet him in the last five months. His trial is going on in secret, these are gross violations of human rights.
Seven and a half million people of Bangladesh woke up and declared independence. On 17 April 1971, the government of Bangladesh was officially established under the leadership of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
We appeal to the governments and people of the world to recognize our government and release our beloved leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
With deep personal regards, Yours faithfully,
(Justice Abu Saeed Chowdhury)
Special Representative of the Government of Bangladesh