New Twist in Prajwal Revanna Sex Videos Scandal, NCW Claims 700 Woman Not Given Complaints

“NCW would like to state that 700 women have not given any complaints to NCW regarding Prajwal Revanna case. Some media channels are falsely reporting this,” the commission said in a post.

Twist In Karnataka Sex Scandal, Woman Claims Was Forced To File False Case

The Prajwal Revanna scandal has taken a new turn, with the National Commission for Women (NCW) stating that a woman involved in the case was strong-armed into filing a false complaint. 

According to reports, the woman was pressured by individuals posing as Karnataka police officers and threatened with harassment if she did not comply. This development adds another layer of complexity to the already intricate scandal involving the sitting JD-S MP from Hassan.

The report states that a Special Investigation Team (SIT) has been established to conduct a detailed investigation into the case. It is noteworthy that the team includes a significant number of female officers, who are tasked with leading the investigation with sensitivity and empathy.

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The National Commission for Women (NCW)‘s Action Taken Report (ATR) reveals that two cases have been filed in response to allegations of sexual abuse, and there is an additional case concerning an abduction claim made by a family member. Despite these filings, the NCW has noted that no individual has directly approached the commission to complain about this matter.

“One woman complainant came to the commission to register a complaint against three individuals dressed in civil uniform, allegedly introducing themselves as Karnataka Police officials and forcing her to give a false complaint in this case,” the NCW claimed, PTI reported.

“NCW would like to state that 700 women have not given any complaints to NCW regarding Prajwal Revanna case. Some media channels are falsely reporting this,” the commission said in a post.