Telegu Desam Party MP Naramalli Sivaprasad, who is known for sporting different avatar to raise his demand for 'Special Category Status' for the state of Andhra Pradesh, grabbed the headlines yet again when he came to the Parliament, on Monday, dressed up as former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MG Ramachandran during the party's protest.
In the picture shared by news agency ANI, Sivaprasad can be seen all decked up in white attire with a shawl, personifying the former Tamil Nadu CM.
As per reports, the TDP leader also played a Tamil song in the Lok Sabha as a part of the protest. He was later seen walking to the well and flogging himself with the whip in his hands during the Question Hour outside the Parliament.
Furthermore, during the time Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan was adjourning the proceedings, Sivaprasad switched on an audio device that played a popular Tamil song of MG Ramachandran.
This isn’t the first time the MP has donned a bizarre avatar to protest. He had proceeded to don various avatars – Lord Krishna, Mahatma Gandhi, Narada, Santa Claus, a snake charmer, as Harikatha artist and several others. Earlier he donned the look of Lord Shiva as he staged a protest against the perceived injustices meted out to the state by the Centre, by not honouring Andhra Pradesh with special status.
There have been several protests outside the Parliament by the Telugu Desam Party(TDP) leaders against the refusal of special status for Andhra Pradesh by the Centre.
(With agency inputs)