Music label MRT Music, which owns the rights to the songs of “KGF Chapter 2” in Hindi, filed a complaint Friday against Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi, Supriya Shrinate and Jairam Ramesh for illegally using the soundtrack of the hit South Indian . film in campaign videos of ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’.
The Bangalore-based record label said in a statement that it had invested a huge amount of money to acquire the rights to soundtracks of “KGF Chapter 2” in Hindi, and Congress used its music “without asking our permission/license” to own “political agenda”. and for marketing and publicity.”
Noting that the INC should set an example for the Indian citizens, M Naveen Kumar, partner of MRT Music, said in an official statement that the party “violates the laws of the country and infringes on our copyrights and intellectual property rights, which we have acquired through huge investments.” “This act by INC sends a completely wrong signal to the Indian public and is completely contrary to the efforts to protect our copyrights. This serious infringement will be challenged by us to the utmost,” he said.
Attorney Narasimhan Sampath, who represents MRT Music, said the complaint has been filed against Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi, Supriya Srinate and Jairam Ramesh for copyright infringement of the record label.
Congress is accused of creating a video by unlawfully downloading, synchronizing and broadcasting the songs related to the movie KGF – Chapter 2 in Hindi and “depicting it as the property of the INC” with a logo of ” Bharat Jodo Yatra” and sharing the same on their official social media handles.
It claims Congress’s illegal actions are a reflection of their “blatant disregard for the rule of law and the rights of individuals and entities,” despite the party’s campaign for an “opportunity to govern the province and legislate.” propose to protect the rights of the common man and corporations.”
MRT Music has filed the current complaint only to enforce its legal rights and has no intention of tarnishing the image of any political party, Sampath said.
“The police have proceeded to register an FIR for offenses punishable under Sections 403, 465 and 120B r/w Section 34 of the IPC and under Section 66 of the Information Technology Act, 2000 and under Section 63 of the Copyrights Act, 1957 against the Indian National Congress and the above persons,” he added.
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