Recently, former Uttar Pradesh Shia Central Waqf Board Chairman Waseem Rizvi has done a magnificent Ghar Wapsi to embrace Hinduism. However, ever since Rizvi has quit Islam to become Jitendra Narayan Singh Tyagi, the fumed Islamists’ patience is running thin, and they have begun targeting him and calling him ‘Qafir’.
Rizvi returns to Sanatan Dharma:
Waseem, after reverting to Sanatan Dharma, asserted, “I was removed from Islam. The prize money on my head is increased every Friday. Today I am embracing Sanatan Dharma.” Earlier, a video was released in which Waseem can be seen expressing his wish to be cremated as per Hindu rituals instead of Muslim customs. Explaining the method of his funeral, he had also asserted that his body should be burnt and not buried.
He also mentioned that his pyre must be lit by a Hindu friend Mahant Narasimha Nanda Sarawati of Dasna temple.
Read more: Waseem Rizvi, Ex-Chief of UP Shia Waqf Board, returns to Sanatan Dharma
Islamists resorts to fatwas and death threats:
Fumed by Rizvi’s Ghar Wapsi to embrace Hinduism, Islamists attacked him on social media. The community also threatened to behead him. A Twitter user, Majid Bnr, wrote, “We didn’t considered him as a Muslim when he publicly insulated Quran and Prophet before accepting Hindu religion.. Religion not comes from DNA dear.”
Another user, Bihari khan, tweeted, “He is male version of #nusratJahan Cashing opportunity of #SanatanaDharma uprising Its all politics #UPElections; make of break for SP/ Congress Keep an eye of #WasimRizvi #DeepakTyagi and his Girl Friends Soon Wasim Rizvi will start advising Modi ji #ARREST_WASIM_RIZVI.”
In addition to the tweets, a 10- day old video is circulating across the social media in which Hyderabad Congress leader Feroz Khan can be seen announcing a Rs 50 lakh bounty for whoever beheads ex-UP Shia Board Chief Wasim Rizvi. He also used extremely derogatory and abusive language for Rizvi.
The Congress leader said, “Wasim Rizvi, I have been hearing you for the last four months. You have crossed all limits. Wherever one spots him, kill him. Get his severed head to me and in turn, take Rs 50 lakhs from me. Whoever kills him I will help him fight his case be it in the sessions court, high court or the Supreme court. Everywhere my lawyer would represent you and I will provide you with full support.”
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It is pertinent to note that when Rizvi had filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking to remove 26 verses of the Quran alleging that it promoted terrorism and Jihad, the Muslim clerics had issued a bounty offer of Rs 20,000 for anyone who brought Rizvi’s head to them.
However, the man whose reputation had taken a nosedive for churning terrorists and extremists who are misguided by misinterpretation of the Quran is now back to Sanatan Dharma and needs to be supported for the same.