National Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi, Jairam Ramesh, and Supriya Shrinate received a notice from the Karnataka High Court on Thursday as a result of a contempt petition for utilizing music from the movie KGF Chapter 2 during the Bharat Jodo Yatra campaign without authorization. MRT Music, the company that controlled the rights to the blockbuster's music, filed a claim for contempt of court, and a bench of Chief Justice Prasanna B Varale and Justice Ashok S Kinagi issued the ruling. On October 29, the complainant music firm discovered that the Congress party was marketing its Bharat Jodo Yatra political campaign by using sound recordings and audio visual songs from KGF Chapter 2, whose music was extremely popular. The music from the film was used in marketing videos created by the leaders, who shared them on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram etc. A local commissioner was instructed to visit the Congress party website, conduct an electronic audit, and preserve any materials that were available on their social media that were infringing on November 7 while the copyright suit was being heard by an Additional City Civil & Sessions Judge in Bengaluru. Additionally, the judge issued an injunction in MRT's favour. The Congress party had been ordered by the High Court to delete the infringement material from its Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram accounts. MRT did point out that the content was still accessible on the social media accounts of the Congress party. As a result, it filed the current contempt complaint, claiming that the accused leaders had disobeyed the High Court's ruling. The plea read, “It is respectfully prayed that this Hon’ble High Court may be pleased to initiate appropriate action and/or proceedings for wilful disobedience and breach of the order dated 08th of November, 2022” The court has issued the notice to the Congress party and the matter will be taken up next on January 12, 2023.