Meanwhile, conducting a teleconference, Naidu said that Panchayat elections should be the first step for the fall of the YSRC.
Demanding the whereabouts of controversial pastor Praveen Chakravarthy, TDP supremo N Chandrababu Naidu sought to know whether he was in the residence of the DGP or the Chief Minister.
On the attacks on temples, the DIG said there seems to be a conspiracy behind the social media posts on attacks on temples.
Announcing the decision, TDP supremo N Chandrababu Naidu has called upon the cadre to expose the YSRC 'misdeeds and corruption' before the public.
In the regime of the YSRC, suicides of farmers and farm workers went up by 55 per cent, he claimed.
However, he demanded that the SEC accept nominations online considering the previous experiences of intimidation and threats and deploy Central forces for election bandobast.
In an apparent bid to prove a point that the TDP is a champion for the cause of Hindus, N Chandrababu Naidu minced no words in attacking the CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Now, the ensuing Tirupati by-election will be a litmus test for the TDP.
In a letter addressed to the Director General of Police, Naidu demanded action against those responsible for the attack on TDP leaders in Kurabalakotal mandal of Chittoor district.
Opinions and suggestions of all stakeholders should be taken into consideration for ensuring a better deal to the farmers in the new policies being made, he asserted.
He alleged that the TDP agenda was to mislead the public and spew venom on the YSRC government for political gains.
The TDP chief recalled how Jagan talked about creation of lakhs of jobs for the youth by forcing the Centre to give Special Category Status.
Naidu, 12 TDP members suspended for storming into the podium and stalling proceedings
Hence, a longer Assembly session should be held to give a chance for wide-ranging debates on all those issues, he said.
On the local elections, Naidu said the YSRC leaders are scared of defeat in the local polls if they are held immediately and are trying to get them postponed.