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Telugu Desam Party ("party of the Telugu land"), abbreviated as TDP, is a regional political party active in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.[6] The party was founded by N. T. Rama Rao on 29 March 1982. Since 1995, the party is headed by Nara Chandrababu Naidu, the incumbent Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. The party's headquarters is located at NTR Bhavan in the Hyderabad.N T Rama Rao became the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh in 1983 within nine months of the party's formation, thus forming the first non-congress government in Andhra Pradesh.[7] TDP also achieved the rare distinction of being the first regional party to become the main opposition party in Lok Sabha from 1984 to 1989 .[8]

Ideology and symbolism:

TDP follows a regionalist, pro-Telugu ideology. TDP uses yellow as the background color for the flag with a hut, wheel and plough symbol in the foreground. Bicycle is used as the official party symbol.Election history[edit]Lok Sabha[edit]The total number of Lok Sabha seats in (previously undivided) Andhra Pradesh (1956-2014) was 42. After the 2014 bifurcation, there are 25 Lok Sabha seats in Andhra Pradesh and 17 Lok Sabha seats in Telangana.The national united front was formed with NTR as chairperson.Under the leadership of chandrababu naidu the NDA government was formed with Atal Bihari Vajpayee as the prime minister of India.The TDP had Balayogi has the 12th lok sabha speaker.

List of Chief Ministers:

N. T. Rama Rao First term (9 January 1983 – 16 August 1984).Second term (16 September 1984 – 2 December 1989).Third term (12 December 1994 – 1 September 1995).N. Chandrababu Naidu First term (1 September 1995 – 13 May 2004).Second term (8 June 2014 – Incumbent) (first CM to assume office of post-divided State / Newly formed State of Andhra Pradesh on 2 June 2014

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