Earlier, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, without naming Dhankar, said a nominated person was trying to run a parallel government in the state.
The governor and the Mamata Banerjee government have been involved in a war of words.
According to the press statement, the Governor will leave Kolkata at 5 am and is expected to reach Farakka by 12 pm on Friday.
Jagdeep Dhankar, while returning to the city from Shantiniketan after attending the convocation of Visva-Bharati University, dropped by the BDO office of Singur.
Dhankhar, who has been at loggerheads with the Bengal government over several issues, also said that universities in the state are not allowed to function the way they should.
Referring to Mamata’s claim, Dhankar, in an event organised by Marwari Mahila Samity in Kolkata, said only she knows what evidence she has to substantiate her claims.
Maximum punishment in the state’s anti-lynching Bill was changed arbitrarily
Dhankar spent two hours at Mamata’s residence, exchanging pleasantries with leaders of the ruling party.
State Congress president Somen Mitra said the TMC government has failed to give due respect to the post of the governor.
While the CM was seated in a gallery with bureaucrats and ministers, Dhankar and his wife took their seats in another gallery.
The triple killing of school teacher Bandhu Prakash Pal, his pregnant wife Beauty and son Angan snowballed into a major political controversy after the BJP identified Pal as an RSS worker.
Governor Jagdeep Dhankar has also instructed the chief secretary and home secretary to take immediate action.
TMC secretary-general and Education Minister Partha Chatterjee maintained that the administration played a very peaceful role to resolve the problem amicably.
The governor also issued a strong statement, denouncing the fracas on the hallowed campus and the alleged confinement of the Asansol MP for over four hours.
Trinamool secretary general Partha Chatterjee on Thursday alleged the Governor had not informed the state administration before going to the university.