The BJP MLA from Hyderabad's Goshamahal constituency, T Raja Singh on Saturday posted a Facebook video threatening to stop the meeting organised by the CPI(M), which will be attended by Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on March 19 in Hyderabad.
Alleging that several RSS workers have been killed from when the CPI(M) government came into power in the state, the BJP MLA stated that the “Hindu community is not safe in Kerala."
"The Kerala CM, who is a murderer of Hindus, is invited to the event on March 19 in Nizam College. I strongly oppose this and will not allow the event to happen. I will go to any extent to stop the meeting,” he said.
He also went on to say that the Telangana Chief Minister and police could take his words as an appeal or as a warning.
“If the CM is not stopped from coming to the meeting. I will also come with my supporters, and conduct a meeting. After that Telangana police and government will be responsible for any law and order problem,” he added.
Reacting to Raja Singh's claims, CPI(M) leader BV Raghavulu has also reacted.
"Our meeting has government and police permission. If Raja Singh has guts, let him obstruct the meeting. We know to deal with the BJP and its leaders like Raja Singh," he told Deccan Chronicle.
This comes days after an RSS leader from Ujjain put a bounty of Rs 1 crore on Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan's head.
Raja Singh himself, is no stranger to controversy.
Last year, on July 30, he posted a video on Facebook saying that the assault on Dalits for skinning a cow in Una in Gujarat, was a "good deed."
On several occasions, the MLA has been accused of making controversial statements and speeches, particularly against Muslims.