He called it "Mission 150 Plus", as the party aimed to win at least 150 out of the total 175 seats in the assembly.
He said the first list of candidates for the Lok Sabha election, scheduled simultaneously, would be announced Friday.
"We have balanced various equations and selected the candidates. It is now up to the people to bless these candidates as I take the responsibility of their future in my hands," Naidu said.
Despite strong opposition, the TDP re-nominated Assembly Speaker Kodela Sivaprasada Rao from Sattenapalli constituency in Guntur district. Deputy Chief Minister K E Krishna Murthy and Women Welfare Minister Paritala Sunitha opted out of the contest this time to enable their sons jump into the field.
Naidu's son Lokesh too will be fighting his first electoral battle from Mangalagiri constituency in the Amravati capital region.
Like his father, Lokesh chose a constituency that has a predominant backward class population.
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