Maulana of Pakistan, who threatened to blow up France with a nuclear weapon, died prematurely

Bangla Hunt Desk: Khadim Hussain Rizvi, head of the Tehreek-e-Labbaik (TLP), an extremist religious group in Pakistan, has died. Rizvi set up the TLP in 2015 to oppose amendments to the blasphemy law in Pakistan. He also recently staged protests against France. TLP spokesman Pir Ejaz Ashrafi said Khadim Hussain Rizvi, 54, died of fever at a hospital in Lahore. However, officials did not say the cause of death of the firebrand cleric.

Recently, French President Emmanuel Macron supported the discussion of Islam, prioritizing freedom of speech. Rizvi then led anti-French demonstrations in the Pakistani capital Islamabad and demanded the expulsion of the French ambassador from the country. And threatened to blow up France with an atomic bomb.

Not only France, he also threatened to blow up the Netherlands with an atomic bomb in 2016 for insulting the Prophet Mohammad. Rizvi warned the Netherlands that although they would compete with the cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, he would remove the Dutch name from the world with an atomic bomb.