BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia will sit with intellectuals and eminent citizens on Tuesday.
She will seek their opinions from them about the launching of BNP-led 20-party alliance's anti-government movement.
The meeting will be held at the BNP chairperson's political office at Gulshan in the capital on 7pm.
BNP media wing official Shairul Kabir Khan said it on Monday.
Earlier on Saturday night, Khaleda sat in a meeting with top leaders of her party-led 20-party alliance.
She also sat with her party’s advisers on November 10, while with vice-chairmen and joint secretaries general the following day and standing committee members on November 13.
Party sources said Khaleda discussed with the alliance leaders the country’s overall political situation, work out their movement strategy and finalise the next action programmes to force the government to hold snap polls under a non-party administration.
The BNP chairperson has been on a countrywide mass campaign to drum up public support in favour of the 20-party’s demand for a fresh inclusive election under a non-party administration. Her mass campaign will end with her visit to Comilla on November 29.