The chief minister has been in the US for treatment of a pancreatic ailment since March this year.
Before leaving Goa, Parrikar had formed a cabinet advisory committee to guide the state administration on governance and other issues, in his absence. He has been monitoring the affairs of the state from the US.
According to sources, all ministers have been directed to attend the meeting.
Of the 11 members in the state cabinet, two are currently not in Goa. While Power Minister Pandurang Madkaikar remains hospitalised in Mumbai after suffering brain stroke, Urban Development Minister Francis D'Souza is in Portugal on vacation.
Parrikar was admitted to Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai on February 15 for pancreatitis and was discharged on February 22. He returned to Goa the same day and presented the Budget in the Assembly, but the session was truncated to only four days owing to his illness.
The chief minister went to Mumbai again on March 5 for his further check up from where he was referred to the USA.
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