Prajwal: Karnataka Home Minister gave a final warning!


Karnataka:  Karnataka Home Minister G. Parameshwara indicated that if Hassan MP Prajwal Revanna, who is facing allegations of sexual exploitation of several women, does not return to India on May 31, the next process to bring him back from abroad will begin. He also said that the MP will be arrested as soon as he returns.


Prajwal has said in a video statement that he will appear before the Special Investigation Team (SIT) and cooperate in the investigation. After this, this statement of the Home Minister has come. Parmeshwar told reporters, we have made all efforts to bring Prajwal back. 

We wrote letters to the central government, and we received a warrant against him, which we have informed the (Union) Home Ministry and the Ministry of External Affairs. A Blue Corner notice has also been issued. Meanwhile, he has released a video message regarding his return. 

He also said that Prajwal's decision to return to the country is justified because no one can escape the clutches of law. He also said that if he loses the election, his (Parliament's) membership will be lost and his diplomatic passport will also be confiscated. Considering all this, he has probably decided to come back. The minister said that the legal process will begin as soon as Prajwal returns. He said we will see what happens on May 31. 

Prajwal went to Germany

If he does not come, the next process will begin. When asked if Prajwal would be arrested at the immigration center as soon as he reached here, Parameshwar said that the SIT would decide on it. Thirty-three-year-old Prajwal is the grandson of JD(S) patriarch and former Prime Minister HD Devegowda and the NDA candidate from Hassan Lok Sabha constituency. He is accused of sexually abusing several women. He allegedly left for Germany on April 27, a day after polling in Hassan.