Despite incidents of violence being reported from various locations, the voter turnout in the state was last recorded above 74 percent.
Demanding an apology from the election commission, he also alleged that opposition party was conspiring in the state to stop voters from exercising their franchise.
District SP Vijayawada Rao also reached the spot and urged both parties to show restraint. Police also resorted to Lathi Charge to control the crowd.
In another incident at Unguturu in West Godavari district, heated arguments between TDP and YSRCP followers lead to a tense situation.
Similarly in Narendrapuram village of Srikakulam District another scuffle broke out between the workers of two parties.
In Allagadda constituency of Kurnool district, the polling process was halted after clashes erupted amid the workers of two political parties.
Earlier in the day, TDP leader, S Bhaskar Reddy, was killed during clashes in Tadipatri town. TDP leaders have accused the YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) workers of killing Reddy.
During the day, TDP president and Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu had also written a letter to Andhra Pradesh Director General of Police (DGP) RP Thakur, stating that the polling agents of YSRCP were resorting to violence and obstructing the polling process.
Polling was held on Thursday for 25 Lok Sabha and 175 Assembly seats in Andhra Pradesh.
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