Itanagar, Dec 18 (ANI): Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki on Friday said that the state is experiencing a constitutional crisis in its history for first time, and squarely blamed Governor J.P. Rajkhowa for it. "What was happening was unfortunate. We didn't expect that such thing will happen in Arunachal Pradesh. First time in the history of AP that this situation was created by the highest office of the state from whom we expect a lot of things. Situation was created by the highest office of state (Governor) who was supposed to safeguard the state and Constitution," Tuki said. "How can they leave the party like that, they didn't fear to leave the party. I have written personal letter and asked if there is any personal grievances. I appeal to all of them to come back and work together," he added. Tuki further added that the action of the Governor was not justified and legal.