MARGAO: If anybody has any more information on the spate of desecrations reported in South Goa, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Sunday said that he or she can come forward and reveal it and the Home Department would initiate action on it.
Speaking to the media persons in Margao after inaugurating the hybrid cath lab of the Rajagiri Victor Hospital, Parrikar said that if the fact-finding team or for that matter any individual has any information on desecrations, it should be revealed and the Home Department will carry out investigation and take action.
Speaking further, Parrikar said that he will direct the hospitals in state, which are empanelled with the government under the health scheme to display the list of the procedures they offer to the patients under the scheme so as to facilitate treatment during the time of emergency.
Responding to a media query, he said that he would ask the director of health services to look into the matter.
Speaking on the inauguration of the cath lab, he said such technology is very essential.
He said the government is ready to support the medical tourism, initiated by the Victor Group.
“The demand should be straight. Whatever support the private hospital requires from the government they need to be spell out for the ease of the government,’’ he said.
Chairman of Victor Hospitals and Medical Service Ltd Victor Albuquerque appealed the government to extend its support to them as they are committed to deliver the best healthcare services.
Besides the Chief Minister, TCP Minister Vijai Sardesai, Tourism Minister Manohar Azgaonkar, Margao MLA Digambar Kamat and MMC chairperson Babita Prabhudesai attended the inauguration function. The Viva Hotel was also inaugurated on the occasion.