Prajwal Revanna was remanded in court for a period of fourteen days

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Prajwal Revanna was remanded in court for a period of fourteen days.

Bengaluru: Former MP Prajwal Revanna was placed under 14 days of judicial custody by a court here on Monday after he was arrested on charges of rape and sexual abuse against multiple women.

He appeared before the magistrate on Monday, after which the Special Investigation Team (SIT), which is looking into the cases, released him to judicial custody until July 8. Revanna’s bail request was heard by the Additional City Civil and Sessions Judge in the interim, and the court set aside June 26 for the orders.

The 33-year-old grandson of former prime minister and head of the JD(S), HD Deve Gowda, was unable to hold onto the Hassan parliamentary seat in the most recent elections.

Simultaneously with Revanna’s arrival at Bengaluru Airport from Germany on May 31, SIT officials detained him. On April 27, he had departed for Germany, the day after Hassan attended the Lok Sabha elections.

The Interpol had earlier sent out a “Blue Corner Notice” asking for information about his whereabouts after receiving a request from the SIT through the Central Bureau of Investigation.

On May 18, in response to a request made by the SIT, a Special Court for Elected Representatives issued an arrest warrant for Revanna.

Three reports of sexual assault have been filed against Revanna. He is also facing allegations of rape. Prior to the April 26 Lok Sabha elections in Hassan, pen drives purportedly carrying explicit videos purportedly featuring Revanna were circulating in the area, which led to the discovery of the cases of sexual abuse.

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