Chief of Tehreek- e – Labbaik Pakistan (TLP), Khadim Hussain Rizvi passed away in Lahore on Thursday after prolonged illness. He was pronounced dead on arrival at Farooq Hospital, Lahore. The cleric infamous for his passionate oration left behind a widow and five children.
Khadim Hussain Rizvi’s Speeches Rose Him To Fame
The 54 year old cleric, born in 1966 in the Pindi Gheb area near Attock, Punjab rose to fame when he formed his party post Mumtaz Qadri’s hanging. Khadim’s popularity massively increased as he protested against two governments in a single year.
He was notorious for his fiery speeches against anyone and everyone whose ideology did not match his’. Rizvi targeted many popular figures in his speeches, and criticized them for one thing or another. He was celebrated by the masses for his aggressive speeches and his interactive discourse.
Rizvi staged sit-ins in the federal capital of Pakistan and in Lahore and amassed thousands of followers over there. The days long protests were filled with speeches and sermons by the late cleric, where he lectured the protestors on the right way of living the life.
Allama used social media to his advantage to increase his following. His lectures have been by millions on all platforms combined. Let’s have a look at some of his Khadim Rizvi’s viral speeches.
1. Here TLP chief can be seen commenting on the infamous Islamic Scholar Maulana Tariq Jameel. Before you press play, be aware that this isn’t the most pleasurable watch.
He condemned every social movement, person and events etc. that did not harmonize with the way he looked at life.
2. His commentary on the Aurat March slogan “Mera Jism Meri Mazri”
With over a million views on this video only, we can gauge Allama’s popularity, and how he built an empire of like minded people in half a decade only.
3. In this video, Khadim Hussain takes a dig at PM Imran Khan who was then an opposition leader. He comments on his flirtatious demeanor, and his transition from cricket to politics.
Rizvi took pride in is views about people. Whether you’re a politician, a Nobel Laureate or an MVP, he believed it was his responsibility to correct the misguided.
4. Late cleric’s comments on Malala Yousafzai
It is safe to say that Rizvi was loved by many and has left behind a massive following.
5. Listen to this last speech that went viral on social media
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