AAP Convenor Kejriwal, while addressing media persons on the sideline of a programme at St Stephen's College here, cleared his party's stand on the conversion row and demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intervention on this issue.
"First of all, the government should clear its stand. The Prime Minister should clear his stand on it," Kejriwal said.
Coming down heavily on the NDA Government, the AAP chief said that in last six months, the ruling BJP at the Centre has failed to fulfill its pre poll promises.
Kejriwal also accused the BJP of instigating communal riots to polarise voters ahead of assembly elections in Delhi.
"They talk about love jihad, religious conversion, and they also instigated communal riots in Delhi, '' Kejriwal stated.
The AAP Convenor urged Delhities to keep their eyes open before casting their
vote in the ensuing assembly polls.
"Had they told people that they would indulge in all this, people would have voted accordingly," he said.