Manish Sisodia said the BJP was in power for over two decades in Gujarat but had failed to bring about any change.
During the press conference, the former head of a Gujarati news channel, Isudan Gadhvi, joined the AAP in the presence of Kejriwal.
BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh recently enacted similar laws banning 'fraudulent' conversions through marriage.
The bill, which amends a 2003 Act, seeks to curb the "emerging trend in which women are lured to marriage for the purpose of religious conversion" as per its "statement of object".
Two legislators from the Congress and one from the BJP tested positive for the infection on Tuesday, Speaker Rajendra Trivedi informed the House.
I sought votes wearing a T-shirt. This T-shirt is a certificate given to me by my voters. You are disrespecting my voters, Chudasama told the Speaker.
Patkar's statement comes against the backdrop of the BJP registering a massive victory in the recently-concluded local bodies polls in the state.
BJP retained power in all six municipal corporations in Gujarat after the polls. In Surat, the AAP came second with 27 seats while the BJP bagged 93 of the 120 seats.
As not more than 1,000 voters are allowed in one booth due to COVID-19 concerns and guidelines of the Election Commission, 3,024 polling booths have been set up, higher than in a normal scenario.
Minister of State for Home Pradeepsinh Jadeja said it was necessary to take strict action against erring fishermen and boat owners who stray into Pakistani waters for 'Lalpari' fish.
First time after donning the mantle of the party chief, Rahul Gandhi is all set to pay a two-day visit to his Lok Sabha constituency Amethi from tomorrow.
Union Minister of State Dr. Jitendra Singh on Tuesday said Congress President Rahul Gandhi posed wrong questions during the Gujarat Assembly elections.
Had it not been for NOTA, the Congress in all likelihood would have won with a majority to form the government, say analysts.
On the other hand, Congress' vote share has risen to about 41.4 per cent this time - up from 33 per cent in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls and also higher than around 39 per cent in the 2012 assembly polls
Bharuch District Collector Sandeep Sangle on Saturday dismissed the allegations of EVM tampering in the first phase of the Gujarat assembly elections.