The two bickering groups of Tabligh Jamaat have reached an agreement to hold the Bishwa Ijtema in February.
They decision came from the factions’ meeting with home minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal held at the ministry on Wednesday.
They also agreed not to invite Indiian preacher Maulana Saad Kandhalvi for the event in Bangladesh.
Inspector general of police Md Javed Patwary and director general of Rapid Action Battalion Benazir Ahmed, and state minister for religious affairs ministry, among others, attended the meeting.
Earlier in December 2018, one man was killed and more than 200 sustained injuries in a series of clashes between the supporters of Indian preachers Maulana Saad Kandhalvi and Maulana Jubaer.
On November 17, home minister held a meeting with the two factions and decided to postpone Ijtema due to the 11th general elections.
Both factions also set separate dates for programmes at district level, which led to a dispute between them.