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June 23, 2024 1:22 pm

Prajwal Revanna case: Former PM Deve Gowda warns grandson to face the trial

The Fact News Service

New Delhi, May 23

HD Deve Gowda, the former prime minister and leader of the Janata Dal (Secular), sent a strong warning to Prajwal Revanna, the accused in the sexual harassment case, and his grandson, advising him to come back to the country and surrender before the police. In the event that the charges against him prove to be accurate, he stated that Revanna ought to receive the harshest of penalty possible.

In a two-page open letter, titled “My Warning To Prajwal Revanna,” the 91-year-old politician asserted that he was not aware of the alleged activities of his grandson, who is also the sitting MP of Hassan. In a long yet emotional letter, he said, “People have used the harshest words against me and my family in the last few weeks. I am aware of it. I do not wish to stop them. I do not wish to criticise them. I will not try and argue with them that they should have waited until all the facts were found out. I also cannot convince people that I was unaware of Prajwal’s activities. I cannot convince them that I have no desire to shield him. I cannot convince them that I am not aware of his movements and that I was not aware of his foreign trip. I believe in answering my conscience. I believe in God, and I know the almighty knows the truth.”

Deve Gowda cautioned Prajwal, who left the nation nearly a month ago, to come back if he still had any regard for his grandfather. He also wrote, “I can do only one thing. I can issue a stern warning to Prajwal and ask him to return from wherever he is and surrender before the police. He should subject himself to the legal process. This is not an appeal that I am making, it is a warning that I am issuing.”

Deve Gowda also said that if Prajwal does not listen to the family it will result is complete isolation. “If he does not heed to this warning, he will have to face my anger and anger of all his family members. The law will take care of the accusations against him, but not listening to the family will ensure his total isolation. If he has any respect left for me, he has to return immediately,” he added.

Meanwhile, the former-Prime Minister of the country has said that he will not try to exert any pressure in the case.

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