New Delhi, June 10: West Bengal Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi on Monday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi here.
Though details of the meeting were not known, sources said that Mr Tripathi appraised the PM about the situation in West Bengal which has witnessed clashes between the cadres of ruling TMC and BJP.
Earlier on Monday, the West Bengal Governor met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and appraised him about the situation prevailing in the state.
Talking to media persons after meeting the Home Minister, Mr Tripathi said he had apprised him of the current situation in West Bengal and also submitted a general report on the situation in the state.
The Union Home Ministry has viewed the recent incidents of violence with deep concern and sent an Advisory to the State Government on Sunday.
The West Bengal Government on late Sunday evening asserted that the situation in the state was in control and on the basis of a few stray incidents it could not be construed as a failure on the part of the law enforcement machinery of the state to maintain law and order in the state.