The men allegedly concealing their religious identity to have sexual relationships with a Dalit and a Sikh girl and forcing them to convert to their faiths.
BJP-ruled Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh had earlier brought in religious freedom laws to stop conversions through marriage or by any other fraudulent means.
Another legislation on reclaiming the movable and immovable properties of the state’s temples is also on the cards.
During the meeting, all aspects of the preliminary draft brought by the committee were carefully considered.
Narottam Mishra said religious conversion through fraudulent means is a serious issue and the practice needs to be stopped.
The FIRs were registered against the accused under the Uttar Pradesh Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion of Religion Ordinance.
The accused allegedly used fake names to lure two minor girls from Mandsaur in MP on the pretext of marriage, called them to UP where they raped them in captivity, police said.
Reddy said that issues related to religious conversions are primarily the concerns of state governments, adding that law enforcement agencies take action whenever required.
Even anti-terror agencies agree that forced religious conversions in the guise of marriage are a reality in the country, claimed Mizoram Governor P S Sreedharan Pillai.
Before the arrest of the accused, some Bajrang Dal workers on Tuesday created ruckus at a centre of the Christian community
In her complaint, the victim, a 23-year-old engineering student, accused the man of repeatedly raping her and bullying her besides threatening her to change her faith to marry him, they said.
He along with the woman was brought to Gorakhpur from the southern state by a three-member UP police team, police said.
While ordering the couple's release, the high court observed that police had shown "undue fervour" while dealing with this case of "inter-religion marriage".
The apex court earlier this month issued notice to both the state governments on petitions filed by advocate Vishal Thakre and others as well as an NGO, 'Citizen for Justice and Peace'.
The court also directed the state government counsel to file a response in connection with the petition filed by wife Chandani and her husband.