As the general elections in andhra pradesh draw near, the political atmosphere is reaching a fever pitch with candidates from major parties ramping up their campaigns. Amidst this fervour, there's a notable trend of politicians switching parties, particularly those who have been overlooked or sidelined by their current affiliations.

One prominent figure caught in this wave of party-switching is MLC Dokka Manikya Varaprasad, a former minister and key leader of the Yuvajana Sramika Rythu congress party (YSRCP). Dokka, who has a political history that includes serving as an mla for Tadikonda from the congress and later joining the telugu desam party (TDP), finds himself at odds with the YSRCP leadership after being denied the Tadikonda assembly seat for the upcoming elections.

Despite his long-standing association with the YSRCP, Dokka's dissatisfaction with the party's decision to favour another candidate over him has led him to consider leaving the party. Recent meetings with his supporters and activists indicate that Dokka is seriously contemplating joining the tdp, a move that could have significant implications for the political landscape of the Tadikonda constituency.

The potential departure of Dokka from the YSRCP has raised concerns within the party, particularly regarding the impact it could have on their prospects in the Tadikonda seat, which is already considered to be in a precarious position. YSRCP leaders are reportedly making efforts to placate Dokka and prevent any further upheaval in the constituency.

The brewing tension surrounding Dokka's potential exit underscores the volatile nature of Andhra Pradesh's political scene and the fluidity of party allegiances as the election deadline looms. With just a month left until polling day, the outcome of Dokka Manikya Varaprasad's decision could have far-reaching consequences for both the YSRCP and the tdp in the Tadikonda constituency.

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