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HD Deve Gowda’s daughter-in-law tells biker to ’Go Die’ after he rams into her car

Bengaluru, Dec 05, 2023: A purported video of Bhavani Revanna, daughter-in-law of former Prime Minister of India HD Deve Gowda, is going viral, in which she is seen berating a biker and telling him to go and "die under a bus", screaming at the biker and villagers after the biker rammed his vehicle into her car. In the purported video, Bhavani is also seen telling the villagers that her car, which is worth Rs 1.5 crore, is more valuable than the biker’s life.



The alleged comments of Bhavani, wife of Karnataka MLA and Janata Dal (Secular) leader HD Revanna, have been widely criticised. In the video, Revanna can be heard telling the biker: "If you want to die, go die under a bus. Why were you driving on the wrong side?"

In response to this incident, Bhavani’s husband JDS MLA and former minister HD Revanna has reportedly apologised for his wife’s remarks. As per some news reports, in his apology, the MLA said that if anyone has been hurt by Bhavani’s words, "I apologize. She had reacted angrily when her friend’s car was damaged. Bhavani has never hurt anyone in her life."

Viral Video: What Does It Show

As per the purported video footage, an angry Bhavani was seen venting her fury on the injured biker, whose bike collided with the luxury car she was travelling in, a Toyota Vellfire. She is seen angrily telling the biker, "If you wanted to die, you should have gone under a bus." She can also be seen shouting at villagers asking them to stop worrying about the biker and indicating that her car worth Rs 1.5 crore is far more valuable. Repeatedly, Bhavani is seen using foul language. Check out the video below which was posted by @HateDetectors on ’X’:


Netizens have criticised Bhavani’s reaction, calling her arrogant, and have raised questions regarding the behaviour of the Deve Gowda family towards the public.

Courtesy: Zee News

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