Manohar Parrikar to be in Mumbai for further treatment

Two weeks after Manohar Parrikar, the Chief Minister of Goa was rushed to Mumbai's Lilavati Hospital with complaints of stomach ache; he is back in Mumbai for further treatment

Manohar Parrikar to be in Mumbai for further treatment

  • Manohar Parrikar was admitted to Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai on February 15, where he received treatment for a pancreatic ailment.
  • He has also formed a cabinet advisory committee to take administrative decisions in his absence.

While Lilavati Hospital officials refused to comment, the official handle of Goa CMO tweeted, “Hon’ble Chief Minister  Manohar Parrikar will be travelling to Mumbai today for further medical checkup and based on doctor’s advice may travel overseas for further treatment.”

This morning, the Goa CM also held a meeting with Chief Secretary, Dharmendra Sharma and Principal Secretary to CM P. Krishnamurthy and instructed on urgent and other important matters.

On Feb 15, Parrikar was rushed to Lilavati Hospital and was diagnosed for ‘mild pancreatitis’. He was later discharged on February 22 and attended the state’s budget session. Parrikar was then again hospitalised at the Goa Medical College and Hospital on February 25 for mild dehydration. He was discharged on March 01.

CMO tweeted a video in which Manohar Parrikar  expressed his gratitude. “I express my gratitude to each of you’ll. The past 15 days you have prayed for me and blessed me and hence, I have recuperated. For my complete recovery, I am going to Mumbai as per my doctors’ advice and will also travel abroad for the same. For my complete recovery, I hope you will grant me a 15 day break and pray for my speedy recovery.”