Panaji: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar arrived in Goa on Thursday after he was discharged from Mumbai's Lilavati hospital where he was hospitalised.
On 14 February night, Parrikar had complained of stomach-ache after which he was taken to the Goa Medical College and Hospital for a health examination and later was flown to Mumbai's Lilavati Hospital.
"He left the hospital for emergency work but will be back in Mumbai on Thursday to continue the treatment", officials at the Lilavati Hospital said.
However, there is no official confirmation about it yet.
The GFP with three legislators, along with two independents and three MLAs of Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) had inked a post-poll pact with the BJP to form government in the state previous year.
After a brief Cabinet meeting, where Mr. Parrikar thanked his coalition government Ministers for their concern and promised to meet them again. Parrikar is expected to table the budget today.
"Why should we think of alternatives or options or even stability? As long as Parrikar is the CM, all allies will support this government", Sardesai told reporters.
Messages circulating on social media on the above mentioned two dates, expressed fears about the worst for the Chief Minister's health.
"This government was formed because of Parrikar".
No additional revenue mobilisation initiatives were announced in the budget, which has focused on generating employment in various sectors.