Sourav Ganguly ‘stable’ and ‘completely conscious’ after undergoing angioplasty for heart attack


BCCI secretary Jay Shah tweeted Ganguly was “stable and responding well to treatment”

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has been hospitalised in Kolkata and is undergoing treatment. According to PTI, the former India captain complained of chest pain after a workout session on Friday, and he was taken to a hospital on Saturday.

BCCI secretary Jay Shah tweeted Ganguly was “stable and responding well to treatment.”

After attending the BCCI AGM recently in Ahmedabad, Ganguly had returned to Kolkata and visited Eden Gardens earlier this week to discuss the preparations for the upcoming Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy – India’s domestic T20 competition – with Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) president Avishek Dalmiya and secretary Snehashish Ganguly, who is also Sourav’s brother.

More to follow…

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