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Chief Minister Goa Manohar Parrikar "Extremely Critical," says his office



Manohar Parrikar, 63, has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in February last year. (FILE)

Panaji:

Chief Minister Goa Manohar Parrikar, who has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in February last year, "is extremely critical," his office said. "The health condition of the chief of the ministry @ manhole surgeon is extremely critical, and doctors are doing the best they can," says tweet.

Last month he was admitted to Goa Medical School and a hospital near Panaji. Released on February 26th.

Since he was diagnosed, Mr. Parrikar was subjected to medical treatment at US hospitals and the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Delhi. It is also treated in hospitals in Mumbai and Goi.

He returned to work in December, recognizing that he was fighting a "life-threatening illness," but said he would continue working until his last breath.

On January 30, he presented the state budget at the assembly. Its brittle look, with its nose tube, has sparked sharp criticisms of the opposition. A few days later, he also suggested he would play an active role in the campaign for the upcoming elections in Lok Sabhi.

"I will not hold a big speech, I will make a reservation for the elections," Parrikar said at a meeting of BJP workers in the presence of Amit Shah's party chief.

The Congress questioned the capability of the prime minister to continue working and accused the BJP of arranging it despite his state to save his government in the state.

The Congress has resumed bailouts in the country. During the weekend, arguing that the BJP no longer had a majority in the house, the party asked the governor to resign the BJP government in the state and called for it to form a government.

At a meeting on Saturday, the state BJP agreed that Mr Parrikar would remain their leader. The decision had the support of their allies.

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