Designer gives 15 day ultimatum to remove logo from Aam Aadmi Party website

Sunil Lal, designer of Aam Aadmi Party's logo has threatened the Arvind Kejriwal-led party of moving to court if it doesn't remove his creation from AAP's website by 15 days.

New Delhi: Sunil Lal, designer of Aam Aadmi Party's logo has threatened the Arvind Kejriwal-led party of moving to court if it doesn't remove his creation from AAP's website by 15 days.

Talking to ANI, Lal said, “I wrote to CM Arvind Kejriwal on April 7 asking them (AAP) to stop using the logo designed by me for all works.”

“In response to my letter, I received a letter from Sanjay Singh ji who assured me that he'll look into it,” Lal added.

Lal further informed that AAP had removed the logo from some places, but it was still being displayed on their main website.

“We've served them (AAP) a legal notice giving them 15 days time to withdraw the logo from their website, or we'll move court,” Lal said.

Lal had earlier said that the logo was his intellectual property that was never transferred to the party.

"I had categorically requested the AAP not to use the logo designed by me in posters, banners, flags, websites and other means of publicity. But they continue to use it blatantly," he had said.

(With Agency Inputs)