Twitter account of Congress and Bharat Jodo Yatra will not be blocked party gets big relief from Karnataka High Court

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Twitter account of Congress and Bharat Jodi Yatra will not be blocked

The Congress has got a big relief from the Karnataka High Court. The High Court has stayed the order of the Bangalore Court to block the Congress and Bharat Jodo Yatra Twitter accounts. Let us tell you that on Monday, the Civil Court, while hearing a petition, ordered to block both the Twitter accounts. After which the Congress party moved towards the Karnataka High Court.

Manu Singhvi appeared in HC on behalf of Congress

The Congress party, while filing a petition in the Karnataka High Court, demanded that the order of the Civil Court be set aside. Appearing for the Congress party in the High Court, senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi said that because of the 45-second clip, the entire Twitter handle of Congress and Bharat Jodi Yatra should not be blocked or removed.

Civil court had ordered to block

Let us tell you that a Bangalore court on Monday ordered that his Twitter account and the website of Bharat Jodo Yatra be blocked for being used by the Congress without permission of a film song. Significantly, the Congress party is accused of violating the copyright law by using a song from KGF-2. MRT Music had filed a case in the court regarding this. On the petition of the company, the civil court had ordered a ban on the website of the Bharat Jodo Abhiyan and the Twitter account of the Congress.

Case was registered against three people including Rahul

MRT Music Company has filed a complaint against the Congress party and Rahul Gandhi, Jairam Ramesh and Supriya Shrinet under sections 403 (dishonest misappropriation of property), 465 (punishment for forgery), 120 sections 403, 465 and 120B r/w sections 34 and information technology The case was registered under Section 66 of the Act, 2000 and Section 63 of the Copyright Act, 1957.

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