Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Friday said BNP is trying to create unstable and anarchic situation in the country prior to upcoming elections, reports BSS.
"By carrying out arson attacks, BNP leaders are now trying to destroy the electoral environment and make the polls questionable," he added.
He made the remarks after paying homage to Sheikh Kamal, the eldest son of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, at his grave in the city's Banani area on the occasion of his 73rd birth anniversary.
The minister said a huge number of young people gathered at Abahani ground and Banani graveyard which proved that AL is ready to resist the politics of intrigue.
"We will resist the politics of killing and conspiracy. This is our pledge (on this day)," he added.
Quader also said when the month of August appears, BNP gets nervous as the party is scared of facing the truth of this month.
Claiming that BNP leaders and workers attacked police in Bhola with weapons, he said: "Who orchestrated the incident in Bhola? Watch video footages...Who held the procession carrying weapons and who attacked the police with those weapons. What will the police do?"
"Will police remain idle? The murderous face of BNP got clear in Bhola."
Quader said the delight of Sheikh Kamal's birthday was lost through his bloody farewell in 1975.
The young generation of Bangladesh has a lot to learn from Shaheed Captain Sheikh Kamal as he was a multidimensional talent and genius, he said.
"Sheikh Kamal was found every day in sports like cricket and football, and cultural arena," he said, adding that Kamal also came to Madhur Canteen at Dhaka University (DU) and was involved in Chhatra League politics.
Sheikh Kamal can be a role model for the country's young generation, he added.