The Information Ministry issued the order to cancel the Peace TV’s downlink permission needed to broadcast in the country.
The mission authorities have on receiving the threat letter filed a complaint with the Wari Police Station, reported the Daily Star.
Bangladesh had also seen a series of attacks on secular and liberal bloggers in 2015.
Bangladesh has seen a string of brutal attacks by Islamists on religious minorities and secular activists.
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for 21 of the attacks since its first claim in September last year and Al Qaeda has claimed most of the rest.
Since February last year, militants in Bangladesh have killed more than 30 people, including liberal bloggers, academics and members of religious minorities.
There have been systematic assaults in Bangladesh in recent months specially targeting minorities, secular bloggers, intellectuals and foreigners.
Mahmuda Akhtar Mitu, 35, wife of Superintendent of Police Babul Akhtar, was killed by the three gunmen yesterday while she was on her way to drop her first-grader son to a nearby bus stop for school.
US-based intelligence group SITE quoted Islamic State ‘Amaq agency’ as claiming responsibility for the attack.
Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal asked the BSF to remove all challenges coming in the way of ensuring a secured border at the earliest.
The woman and the seized currency notes were handed over to the Dinhata police station.
“We have also written to various states to ensure that it is completely stopped,” he added.
There have been systematic assaults in Bangladesh in recent weeks especially targeting minorities, secular
bloggers, intellectuals and foreigners.
“Maskawat Hasan Sakib alias Abdullah admitted his links to Rezaul Karim’s murder and gave his confessional statement at the Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court yesterday,” Rajshahi’s police commissioner Mohammad Shamsuddin.
Last week, a 65-year-old Muslim Sufi preacher was hacked to death by unidentified machete-wielding assailants in northwest Bangladesh’s Rajshahi city.