Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly admitted to hospital due to chest pain

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The health of Sourav Ganguly, the head of BCCI and former captain of the Indian cricket team, deteriorated today. This time he has been admitted to Apollo Hospital in Kolkata instead of Woodlands Hospital. One of his family sources said that he has been admitted on the complaint of chest discomfort, he was feeling some discomfort.

The Kolkata police built a green corridor from his residence in Behala. To make it easier to reach the hospital, before Sourav’s elder brother Snehasish Ganguly also underwent angioplasty on Friday, January 22.
Ganguly will have stent tomorrow in presence of Dr Devi Shetty
Apollo Hospital’s statement has come about Sourav Ganguly’s health. The statement said, ’48-year-old Sourav Ganguly came here for a checkup after complaining of chest pain. Since the last hospitalization, there has been no change in his parameters and his important parameters are stable.

At the same time, he was examined by doctors Saptarsi Basu and Saroj Mandal of Woodlands Hospital in the late evening. Tomorrow i.e. on Thursday, Dr Aftab Khan of Apollo Hospital will put a stent on Ganguly in the presence of Dr Devi Shetty.

Sourav Ganguly can be put in another stent in the next 48 hours


According to news agency PTI, BCCI chief Ganguly may have to undergo angioplasty once again. Ganguly can be put in another stent in the next 48 hours. Actually, the last time Ganguly had a heart attack, he still underwent angioplasty.

A stent was also installed. At that time, doctors at Woodlands Hospital reported that blockage was found in three of Ganguly’s arteries. One of these arteries was up to 90 per cent block.

Significantly, earlier this month, he was admitted to the hospital on January 2 after a ‘mild’ heart attack. It had happened while exercising in a gym where he later underwent a successful angioplasty.
Then many celebrities including the Chief Minister of the state Mamata Banerjee, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar, Union Minister of State Anurag Thakur meet ‘Dada’ and wishing his well being.


Ganguly 39th President of BCCI

Saurav replaces CK Khanna, who was the interim head of the board since 2017. Ganguly’s tenure was initially nine months old, but he and board secretary Jai Shah continue in their posts. The matter is scheduled to be heard in the Supreme Court next month. Ganguly fell ill when everyone is excited for his entry into politics before the West Bengal assembly elections. It is going to be held in April-May this year. According to the people associated with the political world of the state, Ganguly can join the Bharatiya Janata Party. The former batsman, however, never expressed his intentions to enter politics.