On February 28 and March 1, he would be in Maharashtra,where he is likely to participate in a road show. This was suggested to him by the party members who believe that a road show would be more interactive than rallies as he would be meeting dozens of people at a time and would have time for meetings too.
He would also be heading for meetings in Rajasthan and Gujarat for two days where he would be addressing rallies to boost the Congress morale, which is on the backfoot in these states.
Recently, he addressed a rally in Bardoli in Gujarat and will now be travelling on February 19 to Rajasthan. On February 22, he would be rallying in Uttarakhand.
On February 25 and 26, he will be in Assam and Maharashtra. Thereafter, he will be campaigning in Uttar Pradesh on March 5 and 6 and will also be in Himachal Pradesh on March 8.
His Bihar rallies have been scheduled for March 13 and 14. The party hopes that by this time, the seat sharing with Lalu Prasad's RJD and Ramvilas Paswan's LJP will have worked out.