The announcement comes a day after Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan announced that his party would not contest the Badvel bypoll as the wife of the deceased MLA is in fray.
Telugu Desam Party Polit Buro decided to "honour the tradition" and stay out of the contest as the ruling YSR Congress fielded the widow of the deceased MLA in Badvel.
The TDP 'boycotted' the elections but technically its candidates remained in the fray as the ballots were printed before the party announced its decision.
Nara Lokesh said that CM YS Jagan owed an apology to the girls and women of the State for not being able to curb atrocities and cheating them in the name of the Disha Act.
The Home Minister also said that the TDP leaders have been misleading people, while the State government is striving to ensure the safety of women through Disha Act.
The TDP chief wrote in his letter to the DGP that the Lingasamudram police had harassed and beaten up M Srikanth and P Rathaiah of the TDP, who later took poison to avoid further persecution.
Addressing a press conference on Wednesday, Andhra Education Minister Audimulapu Suresh said the state government will also pay full fee reimbursement to the students in private colleges.
Revanth said had the KCR government completed these projects within three years, Andhra Pradesh would not have taken advantage of the situation.
The previous TDP regime gave utmost importance to industrial development and job creation. Foreign educational opportunities were created, Chandrababu Naidu said.
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Telugu Desam Party objected "to the manner in which the AP and Telangana CMs are harming the interests of the farmers to divert the people’s attention from their failures and corruption."
The TDP government in its time had sub-categorised the education and employment reservation for Economically Weaker Sections leading to confusion and legal tangles, Minister K Kannababu said.
Water Resources Minister Dr P Anil Kumar Yadav alleged that it was during Naidu's term that Telangana constructed illegal irrigation projects and he was quiet, fearing the cash for vote case.
TPCC president A Revanth Reddy stated that nearly 75 per cent of the TRS government’s Cabinet, including the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, consisted of former TDP leaders.
The Opposition TDP demanded that Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy lead an all-party delegation to Delhi to meet the Prime Minister to raise the water dispute with neighbouring Telangana.