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Khadim Hussain Rizvi 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki

Born: June 22, 1966, Attock, Pakistan

Died: November 19, 2020, Shaikh Zayed Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan

Nationality: Pakistani

Children: Hafiz Muhammad Anas, Saad Hussain Rizvi

Organization founded: Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan

The 54-year-old wheelchair bound preacher is a former Pakistan government employee and hails from Attock district in Pakistan’s Punjab province.

Rizvi has memorised the Quran and is an ardent follower of the Islamic theologian Ahmed Raza Khan Barelvi, who was born in Bareilly in undivided India in the 19th century and founded the Barelvi school of thought.

Khadim Hussain took up the name Rizvi as a tribute to Ahmed Raza Khan.

As the government appointed Imam of the Pir Makki Mosque in Lahore, Khadim Rizvi earned a reputation as a firebrand speaker and charismatic leader among his followers.

He has a penchant for the poetry of Allama Iqbal, and his sermons are replete with Persian couplets written by the great poet.

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Khadim Hussain Rizvi 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

Born in the Punjab province of Pakistan on 22 June, 1966, Rizvi received his religious education at a madrasa in Jhelum and later studied at Lahore’s Jamia Nizamia Rizvia.

He gained prominence as a charismatic preacher while serving as the appointed Imam of the Pir Makki Mosque in Lahore.

In early 2016, the hardline cleric led a rally in Lahore for the release of convict which turned violent and prompted fierce police action and the use of tear gas to disperse crowds.

He was also a key leader in a violent three-day protest in Pakistan against the acquittal of innocent woman.

The country’s Supreme Court had acquitted her of all charges.

In December that year, Rizvi was arrested charges for staging violent protests, making inflammatory remarks against the judiciary and the prime minister and “provoking the military to stage a mutiny”.

He was released on bail in May 2019.

In 2020, Rizvi promoted the release of the Pakistani film Zindagi Tamasha.

He supported film-maker Sarmad Khoosat.

As the film showed the truth such criticism of those involved in bacha bazi.

The film shows a person attends the wedding of a friend’s son, where he inadvertently shows off a dance in front of his friends.

His dance gets recorded and then uploaded to social media, which then gets broadcast on television.

And the chaos begins to ensue in his quiet life. Other than his wife, no one else in the world understands Rahat’s circumstances.

His daughters and neighbors criticize him, his friends turn their backs on him.

Circus of Life provides a calm and detailed picture of challenging issues, in a strict Muslim society and the search for the identity of an elderly man who gradually comes to realize his “minoritiness”.