Refuting all the allegations leveled on her by Congress, Manipur Governor Najma Heptulla on Tuesday asserted that she goes by the book, adding that such allegations have never been put against her in a career of 37 years. "In my 37 years in the Parliament and when I was in Congress or worked with non-Congress government, I never had such allegations been put on me. I invite the BJP-led group on Wednesday to form the government. The ceremony will begin at 1 pm," said Heptulla. "I know Congress is still largest party, it's not incumbent. It's the responsibility of Governor vested by the Constitution to weigh and measure stability. Ruling of Supreme Court says responsibility of Governor is to see who has majority and will work for state's stability," she added. Her statements came after she invited the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to form the Government.