Information Minister Hasanul Hug Inu today said there is no need of holding dialogues over the next polls.
"Dialogues are required when a crisis is created. At this moment, there is no crisis in Bangladesh over election," he said speaking as the chief guest at a prize giving ceremony and discussion meeting at Mirpur Women's Degree College.
Inu said currently Bangladesh is facing the problem of militancy in politics.
Now the issue is whether patron of militancy BNP chief Begum Khaleza Zia will do politics or not, he added.
The information minister blamed Begum Zia for taking the side of war criminals and militant activities of Hefazat-e-Islam.
Though she is wearing the mask of democracy, Begum Zia has proved herself as the chief patron of militants, he said and added that the BNP is a militant producing factory.
Presided over by Mirpur Women's Degree College Principal Maznur Rahman, the function also attended by Municipality Mayor Enamul Haq and Mirpur Upazila Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal President Almad Ali, among others.
Later, the minister inaugurated a new road from Mirpur Karimhat School crossing to Tilikkanda and another road beside the house of Bari Mandol.
He also inaugurated power connections to more than 200 families in Sriram village of Halsha union.
Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)