The home minister will assess the flood situation in Belagavi district. Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa will also accompany him.
After conducting the aerial survey, Yeddyurappa will meet senior officials in the presence of Amit Shah in Belagavi to evaluate rescue and rehabilitation measures.
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had also visited the flood-affected areas in Belgaum.
Meanwhile, all schools and colleges, both government and private, in affected flood hit districts will remain closed till August 15.
The Karnataka government on Saturday declared 80 taluks in 17 districts flood affected even as the death toll rose to 26 and thousands of people were rendered homeless.