After a purported sex tape surfaced showing Former Karnataka minister Ramesh Jarkiholi in a compromising position with a woman, the incident created a stir in the political circles.
A case was registered on March 2 against Jarkiholi for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman after the sex tape surfaced.
However, Jarkiholi denied allegations that he had sexually exploited a woman in return for a government job, saying that the scandal was a conspiracy against him. Following the allegations, Jarakiholi resigned on March 3.
After this, the matter has taken a shocking turn. The victim's parents have now claimed that the woman concerned in the offensive CD case has been abducted.
The victim's parents have lodged a complaint with the Belgaum police station on Wednesday that their daughter has been abducted from a hostel in Bengaluru. They also informed the police that their life was in danger.
According to the information received, on March 17, the parents of the missing woman have lodged a complaint with the Belgaum Police Station about the abduction of the girl. The victim's father has claimed that his daughter was abducted on March 2.
The relevant offensive CD surfaced on the same day, March 2. The victim's father has also claimed that he last spoke to his daughter on the same day. Giving more information about this, the victim's father said, "The woman seen in the related video is not my daughter. Someone has used a woman who looks like my daughter. The father also said that the victim had revealed the matter to her mother. Parents have released a two-minute video about this. In which they are saying their life is in danger, requesting the government to help trace their daughter.