Over three months after he left India for medical treatment in the US, Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikarreturned home on Thursday. Parrikar accompanied by his elder son Utpal landed in Mumbai from the US in the afternoon and took an Air India flight in the evening to Goa.
Parrikar was received at the Goa airport by state health minister Vishwajit Rane, his top bureaucrats and officials from the CMO and walked out of Dabolim airport at 6.20pm.
Sources said Parrikar told officials in the CMO to line up review meetings on power and infrastructure works. The state has been going through an abysmal power situation with frequent outages, while a lot of infrastructure works are in the final stages of completion.