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Karnataka Sex Scandal: Prajwal Revanna Announces Return To India, Watch

Hassan MP Prajwal Revanna, accused of sexually abusing women, announced his intention to return to India and appear before Special Investigation Team (SIT) on May 31, according to reports. In a video released, Prajwal expressed his desire to return home and refuted all allegations against him, asserting they were false. He also conveyed his apology […]

Prajwal Revanna
Prajwal Revanna

Hassan MP Prajwal Revanna, accused of sexually abusing women, announced his intention to return to India and appear before Special Investigation Team (SIT) on May 31, according to reports.

In a video released, Prajwal expressed his desire to return home and refuted all allegations against him, asserting they were false. He also conveyed his apology to his family.

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He said,”I will appear before SIT on 31 May.”

“…When elections were held on 26th April, there was no case against me and no SIT was formed, my foreign trip was pre-planned. I came to know about the allegations while I was on my trip… Rahul Gandhi and many other Congress leaders started talking about it and against me and a political conspiracy was formed against me… On Friday 31st May at 10 am I will appear before SIT and provide all information related to the investigation. I will support the investigation. I have faith in the judiciary…,” he added.

Prajwal, aged 33 and the NDA’s candidate from Hassan Lok Sabha constituency, is the grandson of JD(S) patriarch and former PM H D Deve Gowda. He faces multiple charges of sexual abuse.

Prajwal reportedly left for Germany on April 27, the day after polls in Hassan, and is currently evading authorities.

The Interpol has issued a ‘Blue Corner Notice’ to trace him, following a request from the SIT via the CBI.

An arrest warrant was issued against Prajwal Revanna by a special court for elected representatives on May 18, following an application by the SIT.

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