Manohar Parrikar discharged from Mumbai hospital

Goa CM Manohar Parrikar was being treated in Mumbai for pancreatitis since February 15; it is not still clear whether he would be tabling Goa’s budget in the assembly

Photo by Abhijit Bhatlekar/Mint via Getty Images
Photo by Abhijit Bhatlekar/Mint via Getty Images
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Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar was on Thursday discharged from the Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai, where he was undergoing treatment for a pancreatic ailment.

Parrikar has arrived in Goa after the discharge. Deputy Speaker of the Goa Legislative Assembly Michael Lobo confirmed this development.

Parrikar was being treated in Mumbai for pancreatitis since February 15.

The annual Budget is scheduled to be tabled in the Goa Legislative Assembly on Thursday. However, it is still not clear whether Parrikar would table it or not, said Lobo.

"Parrikar has arrived in Goa. It is a good piece of news that he has been discharged," Lobo told reporters outside the Assembly. "Parrikar has so much will power that he has recovered, and if he thinks that he should table the budget, he will come and do it," he said.

After landing in Goa, Parrikar went to his residence in Panaji.

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