Aprospective cross-sectional study was carried-out in the department of urology, Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) to evaluate the outcome of Laser urethrotomy for the treatment of urethral stricture. For this purpose, 30 male patients aged 15to 60years with short segment anterior urethral stricture(>2cm) were treated by HO: YAGLaser. The energy used for this purpose was O.Sto 1.5 joules by LISA SOWatt Holmium Laser machine. All patients were catheterized for less than 24 hours and were followed up for 6 to 12 months postoperatively by uroflowmetry and by retrograde with voiding cystourethrogram 3 monthly. The study revealed that out of 30 patients, 27(90%) showed good flow of urine (Qave>16.0 ml/sec) and adequate caliber urethra in retrograde urethrogram (RGU). Only 3(10%) patients showed narrow stream of urine (Qave<!U) mil sec) and recurrent stricture in RGU which were managed by optical internal urethrotomy (OIU) and clean intermittent self catheterization (CISC).