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Kolkata, May 28: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi will pay a one-day visit to West Bengal on June 6 in a bid to rejuvenate his party in the state during which he is scheduled to undertake a padayatra and address party workers. As per a tentative programme, Gandhi is scheduled to visit a jute mill in Hooghly district after his arrival, WBPCC general secretary Amitabha Chakrabarty said. (Also read: Rahul Gandhi enjoys tasty fish lunch at fisherman’s house) Also Read - Government Conspiring To Destroying Farmers To Benefit Their Friends, Says Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi

Later in the day, he would pay homage at the Mahatma Gandhi statue here after which he would undertake a padayatra from there to Netaji Indoor stadium where he would address party workers, Chakrabarty said. He said that Gandhi would highlight the condition of the farmers in the state and apart from partymen, farmers would also participate in his padayatra. The Congress is presently going through a rough patch as a number of party MLAs and leaders switched loyalty to rival Trinamool Congress in the last few years. Also Read - Video: No More Infighting, Congress Netas in Bihar Go For Open Fight