Hyderabad BJP MLA Raja Singh has asked Hindus to stop buying any goods from Kashmiri Muslims, who he has dubbed 'traitors'.
In a video uploaded on his 'Sri Ram Channel' on YouTube on Wednesday, Raja Singh is seen calling the stone pelters 'terrorists', and asking if the viewers want to take 'revenge' on behalf of the Indian soldiers.
"To those who visit Amarnath and other holy sites during the summer vacation, my request is that don't buy anything even worth Rs 1, from these Kashmiri Muslim traitors. Those who go to Srinagar after the pilgrimage, don't buy anything from these traitors who attack and kill our soldiers," he said.
"If we make that small effort, in the coming time, you will realise that these traitors live off our money. If we don't buy anything from them for a few years, these traitor Kashmiri Muslims will get on their knees and say that they don't want Pakistan or 'Azad Kashmir', but that they will stay with India only," he adds.
In between the video, he also emphasises that "Kashmir belongs to India. We can die for Kashmir, or even kill for it."
Watch the video below.
Raja Singh is no stranger to controversy, and already has several cases of hate speech and trying to promote enmity between religions pending against him.
The Goshamahal MLA is known to make controversial statements and speeches, particularly against Muslims.
This video comes two weeks after the Hyderabad police booked Raja Singh for an alleged hate speech.
The FIR was registered for his statement that there was no place in India, for those who did not sing 'Vande Mataram'.
Even that speech, had come less than a week after another case was booked against him on the same sections, for threatening to 'behead anyone who opposes the construction of a Ram temple, at the disputed site at Ayodhya.
A day after that speech, he reiterated his demand for a Ram temple at the site, and said that he was ready to give his life, or take a life, for it.