New Delhi: Two days after Delhi High Court restrained a media house from publishing, telecasting or broadcasting the controversial CD of senior Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi, the contents of the video was uploaded on social networking site Facebook and YouTube on Thursday.
The video was first uploaded on YouTube with a Google account and the same account was then used to make a profile on Facebook. This Facebook profile was created on April 19 itself. Both the accounts have been made in the name of John Singh.
The person who uploaded the contents is well aware of the sensitivity of the issue. The video on YouTube shows a message asking viewers to contact on a given e-mail id if the video is blocked. It also claims that this is the first video in a series of videos from the controversial CD.
Singhvbi approached the court to stop the media house from publishing contents of the allegedly ‘forged, fabricated and morphed’ CD.
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