Hyderabad, Aug. 1 -- Praveen Kumar, a resident of Saharanpur started walking to Delhi on Wednesday to seek justice from the Supreme Court of India after being questioned in a religious conversion racket.

Speaking to the Indian express, Kumar stated that he was wrongfully named and maligned in a religious conversion racket by the Uttar Pradesh Anti-terrorism squad (ATS) and questioned for three days on whether he received foreign aid to convert people to Islam.

Officers also questioned him on whether he changed his name to Samad, if he was a part of a criminal conspiracy and other similar accusations. Upon finding nothing, he was dropped back to Saharanpur.

Praveen claims that despite the lack of evidence against him, he was ostracized ...