Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) boss Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said that a law ought to be made against religious conversions however added that no one ought to be illegitimately pestered by the abuse of such laws.
Kejriwal was tending to a meeting with dealers and industrialists in Jalandhar on Saturday where he was addressed by a broker and requested to clear his remain on the religious conversions occurring in the country.
Reacting to the inquiry, Kejriwal said that that everyone has an option to adore according to their decision however transformations done by terrifying or through any contribution is thoroughly off-base. A law ought to be made against religious conversions however no one ought to be wrongly pestered after the entry of the law.
On the issue of the arrival of Sikh detainee Prof Davinderpal Bhullar, Kejriwal said that it was an exceptionally delicate matter and denounced Shiromani Akali Dal for doing grimy governmental issues on the issue. Further he added that there is a sentence survey board including authorities, legal officials and others, in the Delhi government.
“At the point when the matter was brought to the information on the Lieutenant Governor, he requested the home secretary from Delhi to assemble a conference of the sentence survey board quickly and anything that choice the board takes will be documented and promptly put before the LG for additional activity,” the AAP boss said.