India, Dec. 6 -- West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Sunday urged the West Bengal government to uphold the Constitution and expressed concern about the political situation in the state. Dhankhar said he is deeply disturbed and pained that governance in the state is shifting from the path of the Constitution.

Speaking on the occasion of the 64th death anniversary of Dr BR Ambedkar, Dhankhar claimed that the state of West Bengal is "virtually on fire". Expressing his anger towards the West Bengal government, Dhankhar said he has sent them multiple reminders but to no avail, adding that the state is functioning unconstitutionally.

"The state is virtually on fire and they seem to be fiddling politically, it can't be countenanced. I hav...