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Shia Waqf Board chief Waseem Rizvi demands ban on Tablighi Jamaat

After the Dargah Ala Hazrat in Bareilly, it is now the Shia clerics who are demanding a ban on the Tablighi Jamaat in the country.

The controversy over holding of Tablighi Jamaat at Nizamuddin in Delhi, during the coronavirus outbreak has upped the ante against the Tablighi Jamaat.

UP minister Mohsin Raza described Tablighi Jamaat as an extremist organization while the Shia Waqf Board Chief Waseem Rizvi said the organization produced suicide bombers.

The two leaders have demanded a ban on such organizations for alleged involvement in anti-national activities.

Mohsin Raza, the only Muslim face in UP government, said: “An extremist organization has displayed anti-India behaviour at a time when the country is unitedly fighting against coronavirus. They defied government order to hold the congregation. The organization”s international funding should also be looked into and legal action must also be taken.”

Earlier, in a video message, Rizvi alleged that Tablighi Jamaat had deliberately got its followers infected with coronavirus and sent them to India so that maximum people got infected.

“Such a mentality deserves death and nothing less. The organization should be banned,” he stated.


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