People of the country know that the movements of BNP mean violence and arson attacks, said Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader.
"What else has BNP has given to the people of the country except looting, terrorism and violence against women?" he asked.
Obaidul Quader said this at a joint meeting between secretaries of the Awami League and the Dhaka North and South units of the party, on Bangabandhu Avenue in the capital, on Saturday.
The meeting was held on the occasion of Bangabandhu's historic 7 March speech.
Obaidul Quader said the programmes on 26 March will be held in line with the Bangabandhu Birth Centenary Celebration National Implementation Committee's programmes.
The Golden Jubilee of Independence will be celebrated from 26 March, 2021 to 26 March, 2022, he said.
Homeless people will be given houses as gifts in Mujib Borsho, he further said.
World leaders, including Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will attend the event on 26 March.
Jahangir Kabir Nanak, Abdur Rahman, Mahbub-ul-Alam Hanif, AFM Bahauddin Nasim, BM Mozammel Haque, Ahmed Hossain, Mirza Azam, Barrister Biplob Barua, and Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni were present at the meeting.
Regarding BNP's programmes on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of Independence, Quader said the programmes were boasting about distortions of history, which had disappointed the nation.
"These programmes are eyewash. They banned the historic speech of 7 March and now are carrying out 7 March programmes, which is nothing but hypocrisy," he added.
BNP is now trying to withdraw from the union parishad elections as they are not getting a response from people, he continued.
When the country was on the path of prosperity, a section was involved in conspiracy, he said.
Attempts were being made at home and abroad to disrupt the prosperity, he added.
Referring to a BNP leader's statement at a BNP rally in Rajshahi that "another 15 August will take place," he said it was the statement of BNP.
"If the speech of that leader was his personal statement, BNP would have issued a statement in this regard. But BNP did not do that," he explained.
He further said BNP is losing voters because they have not been able to show any visible development during their tenure to the people.
"That is why they blamed the Election Commission for getting fewer votes," Quader added.