There are several speculations about the health of CM Parrikar in the media, and everyone is writing depending on their sources, but one thing is sure that all is not well and the claims have not been made without the support of evidence. The Chief Minister of Goa Mr. Manohar Parrikar was admitted into the GMC (Goa Medical College) following some complications and was kept under observation. The sources have said that all the speculations have started due to the concealed information.
Everyone in the ruling government decided to remain tight-lipped over the health status of the CM except for the health minister who seems to have been authorized to give the first-hand reports of the CM to the media, and he made similar statements in the media.
The sources in GMC earlier revealed that CM suppose to undergo the Endoscopy procedure, but due to some undisclosed reasons the team of the senior doctor from the AIIMS in New Delhi was flown down to Goa who apparently conducted the second endoscopy to stop the internal bleeding but same is supposed to have been failed.
The health of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has been a topic for discussion for almost a year now. Parrikar who suffers from pancreatic cancer had been taken to Goa Medical College late Saturday night for reportedly an upper GI endoscopy. The Chief Minister’s Office stated the condition of the CM is stable.
There was reportedly a case of internal bleeding. Two doctors from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi, reached Panaji on Sunday afternoon to examine the Chief Minister.
Stating about the CM’s condition, The CMO took on tweet saying “Dr. Pramod Garg from AIIMS who is heading the treatment of Hon’ble Chief Minister @manoharparrikar has conducted a thorough checkup of the CM. The doctors are happy with his progress and the chief minister continues to be stable,”
It may be recalled that Educating the condition of Manohar Parrikar earlier, the Health Minister Vishwajit Rane said, “CM is under observation, there is nothing to worry or speculate. He will be here for a day. We have kept him in an isolated room; doctors wanted some tests done so he was brought in. He is a fighter. He should be back home a day after,”
Many Ministers including Mr. Sawant, Health Minister Vishwajit Rane and former chief minister Laxmikant Parsekar, arrived at the hospital to inquire about the health and well-being of the Chief Minister.
Rane had visited Parrikar twice during the day and said MLAs and other leaders were not being allowed to meet Parrikar to avoid the risk of infection from outsiders. He added saying that All health parameters of Parrikar were “good and under control” indicating that he was stable.
According to NDTV, Goa Assembly Speaker Pramod Sawant also said the chief minister’s condition was “stable” and his “internal bleeding had stopped”.
According to Times Now, there were no endoscopy or surgery held. Rane dismissing any happenings of surgery or endoscopy appealed to people to not believe in them. He stated that the AIIMS doctors who had treated Parrikar in Delhi were only called to advise a change in his medication.
Ministers wished for his speedy recovery and prayed for his health and even insisted on refraining from cursing or believing in such rumors. The sources have revealed that Health Minister Vishwajeet Rane feels that all is well, and he wants only himself to disseminate information about CM’s health status.
The health status of Goa’s CM has been a long-discussed topic and an air mystery still resides. Manohar Parrikar who is now 63, had been in and out of hospitals in Delhi, Mumbai and even in the US. Last year, He was shifted to his residence in Dona Paula where he was undergoing treatment before getting admitted into GMC.