'Prize of 20 thousand to beheaded by Waseem Rizvi', demanded removal of verses of Quran

Lucknow: Former Shia Central Waqf Board chairman Waseem Rizvi has appealed to the apex court to remove certain verses of the Quran. Since then, he has been receiving constant threats from Muslim fundamentalists. Maulana Kalbe Jawad Naqvi, general secretary of Majlis Ulema-e-Hind in Lucknow, said Rizvi had nothing to do with the Shia Board or Islam. He described Rizvi as an agent of extremist and anti-Muslim organizations.

He appealed to all Shia and Sunni Muslims to unite against it. Naqvi demanded from the government that Waseem Rizvi be arrested immediately. He described Rizvi as a descendant of Khalifa Yazid, whom Muslims hate. He said that the statement on the Quran threatens the peace and order of the country and may spark riots. He said that if there is no arrest, it will be assumed that the government is also involved in this.

He further said, "Waseem Rizvi is making such statements to appease the hardline anti-Muslim forces." He is accused of dishonesty and corruption. The CBI investigation of the Shia Board is going on. We will write a letter to the kiram and Mujtahid Hazrat of Iran and Iraq, and issue an order to get Rizvi out of Shia and Islam. He should not be a member of any Muslim board any further, we will ensure this.” At the same time, the national president of the Shiena Haider-e-Karrar Welfare Association Hasnain Jaffery Dumpy has announced a reward of Rs 20,000 for the person who beheaded Waseem Rizvi.

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