PhonePe’s entry in poster war: Company asks MP Congress to remove posters with its logo, warns of legal action

Sudhir Dandotia, Bhopal. The company has objected to the use of PhonePe logo in the posters put up against CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Madhya Pradesh. Phone Pe Company has demanded removal of objectionable posters from Madhya Pradesh Congress. The company said that we are not associated with any political campaign or party.

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The Phone Pe company tweeted from its official Twitter handle and wrote – Phone Pe logo is a registered trademark of our company. Any unauthorized use of Intellectual Property Rights of PhonePe will invite legal action. We humbly request MP Congress to remove the posters with our brand logo and colours. PhonePe objects to any unauthorized use of its brand logo by any third party (whether political or non-political). We are not affiliated with any political campaign or party.

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Let us inform that posters were put up against former CM Kamal Nath in the capital Bhopal last Friday. In response to this, Congress also pasted posters against CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan. The posters put up against both the leaders were termed as corrupt by putting barcodes and scanners on them. In the posters put up against CM Shivraj, the photo and scanner were installed with the logo of Phonepe. Due to which the company has given a stern warning to the Congress.

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