At a camp in Byatarayanapura in Bengaluru North, about 10 families have converted to Christianity.
The Karnataka Protection of Right to Freedom of Religion Bill was passed by the Legislative Assembly in December last year.
AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal said that a law should be made against religious conversions but nobody should be wrongly harassed.
Shekhar, who wants to prove that conversions are going on in his constituency, was not satisfied with the report submitted by then tahsildar of Hosadurga.
Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Tuesday reiterated his government’s stand on bringing a law against forcible religious conversions in the state.