Clear stand on conversions: Kejriwal to Modi govt

The Narendra Modi government should clear its stand on religious conversions in the country, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal said here on Saturday.

New Delhi: The Narendra Modi government should clear its stand on religious conversions in the country, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal said here on Saturday.

"First of all, the government should clear its stand. The prime minister should clear his stand on it," Kejriwal said in response to his party's stand on the issue.

He was speaking to reporters on the sideline of a programme at St Stephen's college.

"This party came to power on the promise of development but there has been none in the past six months," he said.

"They talk about love jihad, religious conversion, and in Delhi, where there have been no riots in the past 35 years, they initiate one," Kejriwal said.

"Had they told people that they would indulge in all this, people would have voted accordingly," he said.

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