VHP leader Praveen Togadia was issued a notice by the Bengaluru police on Tuesday.
He was barred from entering the city from February 5 to 10.
According to sources, Togadia was prohibited from entering the city because of his previous provocative statements.
Togadia was expected to take part in a VHP convention, ‘Hindu Viraat Samavesha’ in the city on February 8. VHP was planning to organise “Ghar Wapsi” after the convention.
“If a person adopts western, Chinese or Japanese way of life, it can`t be called religious conversions. Similarly, if a group becomes Hindu and adopts Hindu way of life, it can`t be called conversion,” Togadia claimed.
“Ghar Wapsi is different. We are in favour of it. All Muslims and Christians living in India are children of those who got converted after sixth century,” he added.