Former Shia Waqf Board Chairman Waseem Rizvi to Convert to Hinduism in Ghaziabad

Big news is coming about former Shia Waqf Board Chairman Waseem Rizvi, who is often in the headlines due to his statements. It is being claimed that he is leaving Islam and going to adopt Sanatan Dharma on Monday. According to the information, Waseem Rizvi will accept Sanatan Dharma in Dasna Devi Temple Shiv Shakti Dham Dasna in Ghaziabad at 10:30 am through Yati Narasimhanand Giri Saraswati.

Waseem Rizvi often remains in the headlines for his statements against Islam. He had recently claimed that 26 verses of ‘Quran’ have been added later in the holy book and these verses do not give the right message in the society. Rizvi had moved the Supreme Court to remove these verses from the Quran, where he had to face the tough stand of the court and he was also fined.

Apart from this, Rizvi had also issued a will about himself a few days back. He had said that I should not be buried after death. “Rather, my last rituals should be carried out according to Hindu customs.” During this, he had also said that Yati Narasimhanand Giri would fire his funeral pyre.

At the time when Waseem Rizvi filed a petition in the Top Court regarding 26 verses of the Quran, the voice of every Muslim in India was against him, including his family members. His younger brother Zaheer Rizvi himself came on social media and issued a statement. In which he had said big things about Waseem Rizvi.

Rizvi’s brother had said that Waseem Rizvi has gone mad and now they have no relation with him. Not only this, he further said, “Neither I, nor my sister nor my mother have any relation with him. My relationship with them ended 3 years ago. Any person of the locality can prove that Waseem Rizvi is neither visiting my house nor I have any relation with him.”

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