Parrikar shifted to AIIMS Delhi for health checkup

Manhohar Parrikar

Delhi, Sep 14: Goa Chief Manohar Parrikar, who has been suffering from a pancreatic ailment, was flown to Delhi on Saturday for the health checkup. 

Prior to this, following complaints of fever and discomfort Parrikar was admitted to a private hospital Candolim in North Goa on Thursday evening.

Before heading towards the national capital, the Goa Chief Minister also held meetings with Speaker Pramod Sawant and Deputy Speaker Michael Lobo amid talks of distribution of some portfolios currently being looked after by him.

“Portfolios would be distributed today to existing ministers so that the administration of Goa can run smoothly and ministers can take decisions on any files. He will distribute 48 portfolios, but will keep two or three like Home, Finance, GAD for himself,” Lobo told reporters after meeting Parrikar.

Before heading towards the national capital, the Goa Chief Minister also held meetings with Speaker Pramod Sawant and Deputy Speaker Michael Lobo amid talks of distribution of some portfolios currently being looked after by him.

“Portfolios would be distributed today to existing ministers so that the administration of Goa can run smoothly and ministers can take decisions on any files. He will distribute 48 portfolios, but will keep two or three like Home, Finance, GAD for himself,” Lobo told reporters after meeting Parrikar.

After being diagnosed with advanced pancreatic cancer, Parrikar was airlifted to the US in March this year.

Since then, Parrikar has been in and out of hospitals in the US, Mumbai and Goa.

He was first admitted to the Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai in February after he complained of stomach pain.

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