Wasim Rizvi, who is often in controversial statements, is leaving Islam to adopt Hinduism. Waseem Rizvi will get his religion converted from Mahant Yati Narasimhanand Giri of Dasna Devi Temple in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. During this many rituals will take place in the Dasna temple. There has been a stir in politics after Wasim Rizvi’s announcement of adopting Sanatan Dharma. People are telling this to return home. Wasim Rizvi himself has called it homecoming. Tell you who is Wasim Rizvi?
Increased responsibilities after father’s death
Born in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, Waseem Rizvi himself is a Shia Muslim. Rizvi belongs to a normal family. His father was a railway employee. When Rizvi was studying in class 6, his father (father) passed away. After this the responsibility of Rizvi and his siblings fell on his mother. Rizvi was the eldest among his siblings.
Jobs in Saudi Arabia, Japan and America
He studied till 12th and took admission in a college in Nainital for further studies. After that he moved to Saudi Arabia and started working in a hotel on a very small scale. A few days later he went to Japan. Worked in a factory there and went to America from here and got a job in a store.
Political career started like this
When his social relations started getting better, he decided to contest the election of Municipal Corporation. This is where his political career started. After this he became a member of the Waqf Board and after that rose to the post of chairman. He was on the board for about ten years. Wasim Rizvi was elected corporator of Samajwadi Party (SP) in 2000 from Kashmiri Mohalla Ward of Old Lucknow. In 2008, Shia became a member of the Central Waqf Board. In 2012, the SP expelled him from the party for six years after he was accused of manipulating the properties of the Shia Waqf Board. He filed a petition in the court and from there he got relief.
Politics shines through statements
Rizvi is often in the discussion about his statements. According to political experts, Rizvi has resorted to Muslim opposition to shine his politics. He was also accused of being anti-Islamic. The Islamic imams also announced their expulsion from Islam.
Rizvi gave this controversial statement
- Muslims hand over nine disputed mosques of the country to Hindus
- Babri structure is like a stigma on the soil of India
- Prophet Muhammad used to use white or black flag in his caravan.
- Islamic madrasas should be closed as they encourage terrorism
- Terrorist training is given in many madrasas, modern education is not given
- Raising children like animals harms the country
- Green flag with moon star is not a religious flag of Islam, Pakistan is similar to Muslim League
Demand to remove 26 verses of Quran
Wasim Rizvi has filed a public interest litigation in the Supreme Court for the removal of 26 verses of the Quran. In his petition, Waseem Rizvi has said that these verses of Quran encourage terrorism. Waseem Rizvi says that these verses of Quran are being taught to children in madrasas, due to which their mind is moving towards fundamentalism.