During his three-day visit to the state, Mr Gandhi will also meet all the newly-elected legislatures and party workers from across the state to review the election results. He will meet leaders from North, Central, Saurashtra and South Zone during the day before heading to the Gujarat University Convention Hall at GNBC ground in Ahmedabad where a party workers' meet has been arranged.
Congress along with its allies won 80 seats and restricted PM Modi's party to 99 seats in a state it considers its fortress. Only on Friday the BJP took the number to 100 after it got the support of an independent legislator, Ratansinh Rathod, who was expelled by the Congress.
The Congress will scrutinise in detail why it failed to dislodge the Bharatiya Janata Party, which has come to power in the state for the fifth consecutive term, and discuss the road ahead for the party.
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