Tehreek e Labbaik Pakistan Chief Khadim Hussain Rizvi Death: Tehreek-e-Labbak Pakistan (TLP), which spreads poison in the name of blasphemy in Pakistan.
The poisonous Maulana Khadim Hussain Rizvi, who has been a headache for Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan for the past several days, has died under mysterious circumstances.
Rizvi founded Pakistan's radical organization Tehreek-e-Labbak Pakistan (TLP) and its organization had surrounded Rawalpindi and Islamabad in the recent past. Due to this, where millions of people were imprisoned in both these cities, the Pakistan Army and Imran Khan also came under pressure.
After the death of Rizvi under suspicious circumstances, there is now a possibility of his ISI killing him.
According to sources, after the death of Rizvi who sowed poison in Pakistani society in the name of blasphemy law, the ISI tried that no leader could take advantage of this death.
Maulana died under mysterious circumstances but the Imran government announced that Maulana Rizvi had died of the coronavirus. Rizvi used to come from Barelvi community. After the French President's statement about Islam, Maulana started a strong protest against French goods.
It is being told that through these demonstrations, Maulana had plagued the Imran government and had become a problem for the law and order. Many people have claimed that ISI made a statement of their son being forcibly alive even after Maulana's death.
It is being told that he died when he was brought to the hospital. These days the ISI and the military are afraid of public uprising. The army men were afraid that Rizvi could become a crisis for the Imran government.
This poisonous Maulana of Pakistan insisted on not undermining the blasphemy law and established Tehreek-e-Lubbak Pakistan in the year 2015. It is being claimed that Rizvi died of 'fever' in a hospital in Lahore. Authorities are still silent on the reasons for his death. Rizvi had a deep hold in the Punjab province with the most influence from Pakistan.
Maulana had opposed the death sentence of Mumtaz Qadri, the assassination of the Punjab governor in 2011. Mumtaz Qadri killed Punjab Governor Salman Taseer after he demanded to weaken the blasphemy law.
Explain that in Pakistan, there are frequent incidents of atrocities with minorities and the Ahmadiyya community in the name of blasphemy law. A person found guilty under blasphemy law may also be sentenced to death for criticizing Islam.
After the acquittal of the Christian woman Asiya Bibi, convicted in the blasphemy law of Pakistan's Supreme Court in the year 2018, Rizvi and her organization TLP caused a stir across the country. The capital Islamabad was cut off from all four sides for several weeks.
The dispute was resolved when the army intervened and an agreement was reached. After this deal, the Law Minister of Pakistan had to resign. Was on a wheelchair since 2006.