‘2979 videos were not shot in a day,’; PM Narendra Modi responds to Prajwal Revanna’s leaked videos

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Published May 7, 2024 at 10:48am

    Modi questioned the timing of the release of videos

    Videos were recorded during INC-JDS alliance: Modi

    Law and order is a state issue: Modi

During an interaction with the media, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted that the Hassan candidate from the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) for the 2024 Lok Sabha Election, Prajwal Revanna, who is believed to have gone to a foreign country after obscene videos supposedly featuring him became viral, has to be brought back to India and the strictest punishment should be given to him if allegations of sexual harassment are proven. “Law and order is a state issue. The Karnataka government should take strict action in this case. The 2979 videos weren’t shot in a day. The videos were recorded at a time when the Indian National Congress (INC) and the Janata Dal (Secular) (JD(S)) were in alliance. The state government should have kept a close eye on the suspect,” he said. 

Also Read: Siddaramaiah writes letter to Modi urging him to cancel Prajwal Revanna’s Diplomatic Passport

Narendra Modi alleged that the state government did not inform the central government about Prajwal Revanna’s trip to foreign countries. He also questioned the timing of the release of the videos. Earlier Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah had written a letter to Narendra Modi urging him to cancel the diplomatic passport of Prajwal Revanna. The Ministry of External Affairs confirmed that a diplomatic passport was used by Prajwal Revanna to travel abroad.

‘2979 videos were not shot in a day,’; PM Narendra Modi responds to Prajwal Revanna’s leaked videos

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    Modi questioned the timing of the release of videos

    Videos were recorded during INC-JDS alliance: Modi

    Law and order is a state issue: Modi

During an interaction with the media, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted that the Hassan candidate from the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) for the 2024 Lok Sabha Election, Prajwal Revanna, who is believed to have gone to a foreign country after obscene videos supposedly featuring him became viral, has to be brought back to India and the strictest punishment should be given to him if allegations of sexual harassment are proven. “Law and order is a state issue. The Karnataka government should take strict action in this case. The 2979 videos weren’t shot in a day. The videos were recorded at a time when the Indian National Congress (INC) and the Janata Dal (Secular) (JD(S)) were in alliance. The state government should have kept a close eye on the suspect,” he said. 

Also Read: Siddaramaiah writes letter to Modi urging him to cancel Prajwal Revanna’s Diplomatic Passport

Narendra Modi alleged that the state government did not inform the central government about Prajwal Revanna’s trip to foreign countries. He also questioned the timing of the release of the videos. Earlier Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah had written a letter to Narendra Modi urging him to cancel the diplomatic passport of Prajwal Revanna. The Ministry of External Affairs confirmed that a diplomatic passport was used by Prajwal Revanna to travel abroad.

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