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TDP MP Sivaprasad takes a dig at PM Modi's demonetization by wearing a unique shirt to Parliament
TDP MP Naramalli Sivaprasad is well known for his unique sense of humour as well as a rare and distinctive dressing up sense. Recently, the Telegu Desam Party MP from Chitoor joined the opposition in protesting against demonetization by wearing a unique shirt to the Parliament.

Sivaprasad, who is an actor-turned politician, has a long history of protesting by wearing various types of fancy dresses and costumes. His most recent fashion statement to protest against the Modi government's demonetization scheme was no less creative in any respect.

The TDP MP said that while the poor were suffering, the rich were hardly bothered about the note ban. He admitted to designing the shirt himself to depict the same. He also said that an artist could not remain silent while common people suffered.

His shirt which was half black and half white showed poor people crying in the white half and rich people laughing in the black half. Sivaprasad said that the Prime Minister's move had hurt the poor more, although it was meant to hurt the rich.


Last week, Sivaprasad had dressed up as a Burrakatha performer and held a protest outside the Tilak Road branch of State Bank of India against demonetization. Earlier, he had dressed up as a snake charmer to protest against the division of Andhra Pradesh. This master of disguise has even dressed up as PM Narendra Modi and former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. This MP from Chitoor is sure an attention seeker who carries his acting skills to the Parliament.

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