Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will visit Amethi Wednesday, his first after losing the parliamentary constituency to Union minister Smriti Irani in this general election, to ascertain the cause of his defeat, party sources said.
During his visit, Gandhi will meet party representatives, including booth presidents of five assembly segments-- Salon, Amethi, Gauriganj, Jagdishpur and Tiloi, they said.
Gandhi is likely to visit some villages too, party district spokesperson Anil Singh said.
After Gandhi's defeat, his representative Chandrakant Dubey and district president Yogendra Mishra have resigned.
The Gandhi scion will meet party workers at Nirmala Devi Educational Institute in Gauriganj.
In a historic poll battle, Irani defeated Gandhi in his bastion by more than 52,000 votes.
Gandhi represented the Amethi Lok Sabha seat since 1999. He is currently a Member of Parliament from Wayanad constituency in Kerala.