The Delhi BJP on Sunday sent a defamation notice to the Aam Aadmi Party and sought Rs 500 crore in damages over a video of their state president Manoj Tiwari, dancing to the tune of the ruling party’s campaign song for the upcoming assembly elections.
The video, which was shared by AAP on Twitter on January 11, appears to be an edited version of Tiwari’s Bhojpuri albums with ‘ Lage Raho Kejriwal’ soundtrack . While sharing the 83-seconds-clipping, the party said, ‘#LageRahoKejriwal song is so good even sir Manoj Tiwari is dancing on it.’
The Delhi BJP chief also lodged a complaint with the Election Commission in this regard and sought Rs 500 crore as damages for defamation and violations of intellectual property rights.
‘Who gave AAP the right to use my videos for its theme song for the polls,’ Tiwari was quoted as saying by PTI.
Delhi BJP’s media relations head Neelkant Bakshi said the use of Tiwari’s face in the election campaign by the ruling party proved that the BJP leader is more popular than Kejriwal.
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