Former Team India captain Sourav Ganguly was admitted to hospital for the second time in month January after complaining of chest pains, but now he has returned home.
Sourav Ganguly, the current BCCI president, has been discharged from Apollo Hospital in Kolkata on Sunday. Dr. Rana Dasgupta told media persons there, “He (Ganguly) is all right.”
West Bengal: BCCI Chief Sourav Ganguly discharged from Apollo Hospital in Kolkata following angioplasty.
"He is absolutely right," says Dr Rana Dasgupta of Apollo Hospital. pic.twitter.com/YE9kf3BINA
— ANI (@ANI) January 31, 2021
A team of doctors including the country’s renowned heart specialist Dr. Devi Shetty (Dr. Devi Shetty) and Dr. Ashwin Mehta, 48-year-old Sourav Ganguly, had angioplasty on January 28. 2 more stents were installed to relieve a blockage of their heart arteries.
Complaint for second time in a month
Sourav Ganguly was running on the gym’s treadmill when he was arrested on January 2. He was then admitted to Woodlands Hospital in Kolkata. On January 7, he was discharged from the hospital. He then thanked the doctors.