Panaji: Bharatiya Janata Party’s State Office bearers Thursday met Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar at his private residence, but claimed that the meeting was purely a personal visit.
The party members including party’s State General Secretary Sadanand Tanawade met Parrikar, who have been recuperating his private residence since October 14.
Parrikar, 62, who is suffering from pancreatic ailment was discharged from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, and since then have been treated at his residence near Panaji.
“We came here to inquire about his health. He is fine. He had called us to meet him. We discussed various issues,” said Tanawade, refusing to divulge the details of the meeting.
Other party office bearers including former minister Rajendra Arlekar, former MLA Damodar Naik, State treasurer Sanjiv Desai and senior executive committee member Datta Kholkar were part of the meeting.
“It was a personal meeting. There is nothing worry informing to the media,” Arlekar said.
Parrikar had held State Cabinet meeting on Wednesday during which he had cleared various proposals including extension to the debt relief scheme for the people dependent on mining industry.
The chief minister had also chaired meeting of state run Investment Promotion Board on Tuesday during which seven different proposals were cleared.