New Delhi: The main accused in the religious conversion case here that has rocked parliament, Nand Kishore, surrendered Tuesday, police said.
Kishore was the most wanted accused named in the FIR and carried an award of Rs.12, 000.
Police have been looking for him for the past few days and had pressurised his family members also for his surrender.
Police had conducted raids in various areas to arrest the main accused and had announced a reward of Rs 5,000 on information leading to his arrest.
He is accused of "forced conversion" of about 100 people mostly Muslim slum dwellers in Agra to Hinduism.