The President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Sourav Ganguly once again has been admitted to a hospital, following a chest pain.
Mr. Ganguly was admitted to Apollo Hospital in Kolkata after experiencing discomfort in his chest.
The chest pain was reported weeks after Mr. Ganguly underwent angioplasty, treatment for a heart related ailment. On the 2nd of January, the former Indian Cricket Captain Sourav Ganguly was admitted to Woodlands Hospital in Kolkata. During the check ups, three blocked coronary arteries were found, following which he underwent angioplasty.
A special team of nine doctors including Dr. Devi Shetty, Dr. R.K. Panda, Dr. Samuel Mathew, Aswin Mehta and a surgeon from New York Shamin K. Sharma were observing Mr. Ganguly.
After initial checkups, Dr. Shetty said that the former cricketer was advised to undergo the remaining angioplasty two weeks after he was discharged from the hospital on the 7th of January. However, he did not undergo angioplasty during the given time, which might be a reason for sudden chest pain.
However, an official declaration regarding Mr. Ganguly’s health from the hospital and doctors is yet to be made.
As of now, the team of doctors is performing tests on Ganguly.
This is a developing story, more details on the same are awaited.
Stay tuned for further updates.