DHAKA (Reuters) - Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina criticised on Saturday her political opponents, saying they are trying to push the country into unrest and she urged the people to resist their efforts. BNP (Bangladesh Nationalist Party) and Jamaat (e-Islami) are seeking unrest and political instability by resorting to violent activities. I urge our people to rise up and thwart their bids, Hasina told a news conference. The BNP, led by former prime minister Begum Khaleda Zia, has announced a two-week campaign of agitation featuring cross-country road marches and rallies in three cities. Khaleda announced the plan at a Dhaka rally last week, trying to fire up her bid to oust Hasina, who took office in early 2009 and is due to end her term by end of 2013.