An Indian politician appeared in parliament dressed as Adolf Hitler with a toothbrush mustache and wearing a khaki coat with swastika symbols on his pocket and arm.
Your demand: more funds for the development of your state in the south of India.
Naramalli Sivaprasad He also raised his hand in a Nazi salute for the media on Thursday.
His appearance did not trigger any protest from the legislators.
He says he wants to send a message to Prime Minister Narendra Modi not to follow Hitler.
"What I am doing will catch the attention quickly, it will make people think," he told the BBC.
He complained that Modi had returned to the promise to provide additional funds for his state of Andhra Pradesh.
Sivaprasa is used to dressing differently, such as a farmer, a cattle herder, a Muslim cleric and a woman to press different problems.