Awami League Presidium Member and Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammad Nasim Tuesday said the BNP is repeatedly speaking of a 'supportive government' as they have no confidence in people.
He came up with the comment while talking to reporters after visiting Dhaka Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) in the capital this afternoon.
Referring to BNP leaders' remarks that Awami League will not be able to get majority if elections are held under a supportive government, he said their (BNP) statements prove that they do not have trust in the people.
He urged all political parties including the BNP to take preparation for the next general election as there is no alternative to election to change the government.
Nasim said, "The eleventh parliamentary election will be held under Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's government and it will be conducted by the Election Commission".
The health minister said the people do not support BNP's movement for burning people. He said Awami League cannot be intimidated by threats of movement as it's a pro-people party.
During the DMCH visit, Director General of Health Department Prof. Dr. Abul Kalam Azad, Awami League's cultural affairs secretary Asim Kumar Ukil, Director of Dhaka Medical College Brigadier General Mohammad Mizanur Rahman accompanied the minister.