Gandhi and his party have been demanding free Covid-19 vaccination for all citizens.
The Congress has been attacking the government over its management of the COVID-19 situation in the country.
The Congress has termed the COVID-19 vaccine policy as "discriminatory and inequitable".
In view of the COVID situation, I am suspending all my public rallies in West Bengal. I would advise all political leaders to think deeply about the consequences of holding large public rallies under the current circumstances
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to address a public rally in support of party candidate Sankar Malakar
"The country needs vaccines against coronavirus. You also raise your voice for this - everyone has the right to have a safe life. Speak up for vaccination for all," Rahul Gandhi tweeted in Hindi.
His suggestions came a day after Prime Minister Modi said vaccines will have to be prioritised due to limited supply and lamented that some people were playing politics on the issue.
Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry are voting on Tuesday in single-phase assembly elections.
The security personnel were ambushed by naxals when they were out on a combing operation in a forest along the border of the Bijapur and Sukma districts of the state.
"Congress has given five guarantees to voters of Assam. We are not BJP, we fulfill our promises. Tea garden workers must remember our guarantee of Rs 365 per day as minimum wage," Gandhi said.
George made this controversial remark while campaigning for state Power Minister M.M. Mani at Erettayar in Idukki district on Monday.
"Proactive measure must be taken to ensure no further indignity to our fellow citizens and our collective national conscience," he said.
"Nails have been laid at the Delhi borders for sons of those who sacrifice their lives on the borders of the country. 'Annadata' ask for their rights, government tortures!" Gandhi tweeted in Hindi.
He alleged that the Central government makes the Income Tax Department dance to its tunes.
It was important to dream big, though some of it may not come true, he said in an obvious reference to snatching the reins of power from the BJP at the Centre.
The Wayanad MP's comments came at an interaction with the fishing community in Kollam's Thangassery on February 24.