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Prajwal Revanna arrested on his return from Germany in sex video case; to be produced before special court today

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Bengaluru, May 31: JD (S) suspended MP Prajwal Revanna, who was arrested in the obscene video case at the Bengaluru Airport soon after he landed is expected to be produced before the Magistrate in a Special Court of People's Representatives within 24 hours of arrest.

The anticipatory bail application filed by Revanna earlier is also expected to be considered void as the JD (S) suspended MP has already been arrested by the Special Investigation Team (SIT).

The SIT may request the court to hand over Prajwal to their custody. Judicial custody will also result in imprisonment.

Revanna would be taken for medical examination before being produced in court

Bhavani Revanna, mother of Hassan MP Prajwal Revanna, who is accused in the obscene video case, has filed an anticipatory bail in the kidnapping case in which her husband was earlier arrested.

Bhavani has moved Karnataka High Court seeking relief from arrest by SIT.

The order on Bhavani's anticipatory bail application will be announced today in the Special Court of People's Representatives. If the anticipatory bail application is rejected, it is more likely that Bhavani will be arrested by the SIT.

The SIT has also filed an application in the High Court questioning HD Revanna's bail in the kidnapping case of a woman from KR Nagar, Mysore. According to SIT, Revanna should continue to remain in custody until this investigation is over and therefore, the SIT has moved the High Court to cancel the bail.

The application will be heard in the High Court bench headed by Justice Krishna S Dixit. The hearing of the petition filed by Revanna to cancel this case will also be held today in the High Court.

HD Revanna was arrested earlier in connection with a kidnapping case on April 29. He was granted conditional bail by a special court for people's representatives.

Prajawal Revanna who was brought to the CID office in Bengaluru after he landed at Kempegowda Airport is likely to face a probe by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) over allegations of sexual harassment and criminal intimidation following a complaint by a woman who worked in his household.

He returned to from Berlin, Germany, nearly a month after leaving the country on a diplomatic passport and was immediately taken into custody.

The Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the Karnataka government detained Revanna on his arrival at Bengaluru airport.

The SIT team confiscated two of his check-in bags and took them away in a separate car. Security was stepped up outside the CID office in Bengaluru, and barricades were put outside the office before Revanna's arrival.

Revanna is facing a probe by the SIT over allegations of sexual harassment and criminal intimidation following a complaint by a woman who worked in his household. He returned to India from Berlin, Germany, nearly a month after leaving the country on a diplomatic passport and was immediately taken into custody.

Prajwal Revanna, in a self-made video released on May 27, said that he would appear before the SIT on May 31 for questioning. Revanna said that his trip was pre-planned as there was no case against him when he left for Germany. He also alleged political conspiracy against him as he was “growing in .” Earlier, the SIT arrested two prime accused in connection with the case. The arrested have been identified as Naveen Gowda and Chetan. According to police sources, the accused were arrested when they appeared before the High Court seeking anticipatory bail. Arrested Chetan Gowda and Naveen Gowda allegedly distributed pen drives containing of Prajwal Revanna sexually assaulting women.

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