"I'm very confident, people are looking for a change, vote without fear," Jagan, an aspirant for the Chief Minister's post, said after exercising his franchise.
YSRCP is contesting all of the 175 Assembly and 25 Lok Sabha seats in the state. Elections for the lower house of the Parliament and state Assembly are being held in the state simultaneously.
The YSRCP has promised Rs 12, 500 per annum to farmers and Rs 15,000 per annum to women, under 'Amma Vodi' welfare scheme, if the party is voted to power.
Counting of votes will take place on May 23.
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