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Shia Waqf Board Chairman Waseem Rizvi again sparks controversy says those not in favour of Ram temple should go to Pakistan

Waseem Rizvi, Chairman of the Shia Waqf Board, who has consistently made to headlines on the Ram temple issue, has made another objectionable statement. He said that those who are not in favour of Ram temple should be sent to Pakistan.

Waseem Rizvi has reached Ayodhya once again, where he went to the disputed land site and then made this controversial statement.

Waseem Rizvi said that he feels sorry that where Lord Rama was born, he did not get proper place presently. In Ayodhya Ram temple should come up soon.

Targeting the Muslim community, Waseem Rizvi said that those who are secular, they want Ram temple to be built, but the fundamentalists Jihadi do not want it to be constructed, they should go to Pakistan along with Jinnah.

Recently, Uttar Pradesh Home Guard’s DG, Surya Shukla Shukla had pledged to build a Ram temple in a public program, Waseem Rizvi supported him too.

notably, the statements of the Waqf Board chairman Waseem Rizvi on the Ram temple were widely condemned by Shia community people and religion heads. The community and religious leaders say that Waseem Rizvi does not represent the community. Therefore, all the steps or statements by him should be considered as personal.

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