Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi is likely to undertake a two-day visit to Maharashtra from May 27 as a part of his feedback meetings with workers and office bearers on the party's prospects in Lok Sabha elections.
The interactions may take place in Pune or Mumbai, party sources said.
"The tentative dates are May 27 and 28," they said. In March, Gandhi had held district-wise meetings of party workers, office bearers, MPs and legislators from Mumbai. The two-day deliberations will cover the rest of the state, excluding Mumbai.
In the last 2009 Lok Sabha elections, Congress had contested 26 Lok Sabha seats leaving the rest 22 to ally NCP.