Resisting to release medical bulletin of Goa Chief minister Manohar Parrikar to the people of Goa, the state government on Monday argued upon the petition’s “maintainability or not” at the Bombay high court in Goa.
The Advocate general of Goa, in his arguments at the court, also expressed that the fundamental right of a person cannot be ignored even if person in question is a chief minister of the state.
Earlier, his month activist Trajano D’mello has petitioned the high court, to direct the state government release the medical health bulletin of Parrikar. Since, February 2018, the chief minister Parrikar at several occasion have been hospitalised in Mumbai, USA and Delhi.
In recent past, Goa health minister Vishwajeet Rane has asserted that Parrikar had got pancreatic cancer while its NDA allies MGP at the High court has stated that Parrikar is in his terminal stage of aliment.