Information and Broadcasting Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud said both the ruling party and the opposition should be in favour of the Liberation War.
“After 50 years of independence in any country, those who were against its independence cannot do politics,” he said after placing a wreath at the portrait of Bangabandhu in the capital on Monday.
On behalf of the ruling Awami League, AL leaders placed the wreath at the portrait of Bangabandhu, marking the historic Six-Point Day.
Hasan, also the AL joint general secretary, said: “Politics of our country should be such that both the ruling and opposition parties are in favour the Liberation War.”
He said it is a matter of regret that even after 50 years of the independence, the anti-liberation forces are still doing politics in the country.
A big political party like BNP is doing politics building a collision with the anti-liberation forces, the AL joint general secretary said.
Highlighting the context of historic Six-Point Demand, Hasan said Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman declared the Six Points in 1966 to mobilise Bangalees to get them ready mentally for independence.