Known as an angry man and attacking his own fans, Telugu actor and politician Nandamuri Balakrishna has made a controversial remark on the development of an attack on temples in Andhra Pradesh.

Balakrishna also called as Balayya was at his Hindupur Assembly segment on Tuesday and met some farmers to note their grievances.

As per reports, following a meeting with farmers, Balayya who addressed the media reportedly said, "Series of the attacks on Hindu Gods and temples should not only be condemned but their hands could be chopped off."  Angry Balayya was referring to miscreants involved in attacking and vandalising temples.

The legendary film actor also said it has come to his notice that, in recent times, 127 temples of various Gods, deities have been attacked.

As a TDP leader, Balayya used this occasion to tear into the AP CM Jagan Mohan Reddy-led YSRCP government accusing him of showing a callous attitude towards farmers and temples and asserted that it was TDP party that comes to rescue of farmers and helps them in procuring all type seeds.

He also predicted the collapse of the Jagan government that came to power asking for 'just one chance'. His statement comes at a time when Tirupati Lok Sabha seat byelection is round the corner.

Recently, BJP leader Bandi Sanjay Kumar kicked up a controversy by asking to choose between Bible and Gita clearly referring to Jagan's faith in Christianity.

Sanjay without mentioning a particular community's name had accused both Telangana CM and AP CM of favoring Muslims and Christians.