- Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will embark on a two-day visit to Karnataka beginning today
- The visit is scheduled with an aim to strengthen the party, as per sources
- Rahul Gandhi is also scheduled to hold a meeting with the Bengaluru leaders
With the Karnataka Assembly elections scheduled to be held in 2023, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will embark on a two-day visit beginning today with an aim to strengthen the party, for which many meetings are scheduled, according to the sources.
Speaking to news agency ANI on Gandhi's visit to the state, senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge said that he will be meeting senior leaders and will be looking to strengthen the party for the upcoming polls.
"He will be meeting senior leaders, frontal organisation, party executive committee. He will also visit the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee office," Kharge said.
On Thursday (March 31), Gandhi is likely to visit Sree Siddaganga Math in Tumkur at around 4:00 pm by road. He is likely to pay respects to Dr Shri Shivakumara Swami on the occasion of his Jayanti.
The Congress leader is scheduled to hold a meeting with the Bengaluru leaders.
On Friday (April 1), the Congress leader will visit the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) office and attend the executive meeting with the frontals.ALSO READ: Rahul Gandhi takes dig at PM Modi, says 'His daily to-do list includes raising fuel prices...'