Rahul Gandhi, the leader of India's opposition, is scheduled to travel to Manipur, a state plagued by interethnic conflict.
Mr. Gandhi will meet with the heads of civil society organizations on Thursday and Friday while visiting relief camps for those who have been displaced by the violence.
Conflicts between the predominantly Meitei and Kuki communities have rocked Manipur for the past two months.
So far, more than 400 people have been hurt, including more than 100 fatalities.
Top government officials met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday to discuss the state of affairs in Manipur. Congressmen have criticized him for not going to the state or making any remarks about the situation there, though.
Home Minister Amit Shah visited the region almost a month after the outbreak of violence to implement a plan to bring about a return to normalcy, but new acts of violence are still being reported almost every day.
N Biren Singh, the state's chief minister and a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), is being called upon to resign by the opposition at the time of Mr. Gandhi's visit.
Congress leaders want federal rule to be imposed after criticizing Mr. Singh for failing to "restore peace and normalcy" in the state.
The state had been "burning for nearly two months" and "desperately needs a healing touch so that society can move from conflict to peace," senior Congress leader KC Venugopal wrote in a tweet about Mr. Gandhi's visit on Tuesday.
Since the fighting started in early May, a lot of homes, churches, and temples have been destroyed by mobs, and some state ministers' and lawmakers' homes have been attacked and set on fire.
Nearly 60,000 people have been forced to flee their homes, and close to 40,000 security personnel have been sent in to stop the violence.
However, the tense atmosphere persists. For the locals, who are dealing with curfews, internet blackouts, sporadic killings, and arson, normal life has been completely thrown out of gear.
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