Accustomed to disguise, an Indian MP grinned in Adolf Hitler to protest in Parliament against the domestic policies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and defend the region where he comes from, Andhra Pradesh.
Former actor turned politician, the Indian MP Naramalli Sivaprasad went to the Parliament of his country August 9 disguised as Adolf Hitler. Brown jacket, red armband adorned with a swastika and false mustache, the elected out the heavy artillery to denounce the political choices of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“I am Hitler. I came here to suggest something to [Narendra Modi], “he said in a video published by India Today Social.
Naramalli Sivaprasad intended to draw attention to the situation of his region Andhra Pradesh in the south of the country, to which he would like the state to grant a special status. The prime minister, explained the deputy, “does not understand what the people want and I would like to call him not to be like him [Adolf Hitler]”.
Indian film actor turned politician Naramalli Sivaprasad, arrives at parliament dressed as Adolf Hitler to press for government funding for his home state of Andhra Pradesh, in New Delhi on August 9, 2018. pic.twitter.com/XeKVv2xXZK
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If it promises to an international reputation, Naramalli Sivaprasad is not his first attempt at disguise to raise public awareness of its action. In the past, he was already a farmer, a cattle farmer, a Muslim cleric or a woman.
Telugu Desam Party MP Naramalli Sivaprasad’s various outfits to the PARLIAMENT.
This is how we South Indians give a competition to North Indian Arvind Kejriwal Saar.
South India =1
North India =0 pic.twitter.com/zAG97Tfgx1
— Dr.Rupa Murthy (@ProudBhagavathi) August 11, 2018