Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will spearhead a "Save the Constitution March" on Thursday at Kalpetta in Wayanad district of Kerala.
Gandhi, who represents Wayanad in Lok Sabha, will lead the 2km march, being held on the eve of Martyr's day, from SKMJ high school to the new bus stand at Kalpetta. The march is part of the ongoing protests against the amendments to the Citizenship Act by the central government.
The former Congress president, who would reach Kannur late Wednesday night, will also address the party workers after the rally.
Congress in Kerala has been organising protest marches across the state against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) under the leadership of its MPs, MLAs and local leaders since the past few days.
While the 'Save the Constitution' march will be held in Wayanad, in the other 13 districts of the the state the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) will be organising a "human map of India" with the participants making formation of the country's map.
Senior party leaders, Oommen Chandy, K C Venugopal, Opposition leader in the state assembly Ramesh Chennithala and KPCC President, Mullapally Ramachandran will also be joining Gandhi in the rally at
wayanad. Congress Working Committee member A K Antony will participate in the "human map" event in in the state capital.