Sourav Ganguly Health Update: Saurav Ganguly's health deteriorated again, hospitalized after complaining of chest pain

Posted on 27th Jan 2021 04:01 pm by rohit kumar

Kolkata: The health of Sourav Ganguly, president of BBCI and former cricket captain, has again deteriorated. Sourav Ganguly has been admitted to the hospital again. He recently underwent angioplasty. Sourav Ganguly today complained of sudden chest pain, after which he was taken to Apollo Hospital in Kolkata. Where he is being angiogram.



The family source said that he was admitted to the hospital after complaining of chest discomfort. He said, "He was feeling some discomfort. He has been taken to the hospital for treatment. "The Kolkata Police built a green corridor from his residence in Behala to make it easier to reach the hospital.



According to sources, Home Minister Amit Shah called Kailash Vijayvargiya and inquired about Sourav Ganguly's health.



In-charge of West Bengal BJP Vijayvargiya tweeted, "The information about Saurabh Ganguly Ji being unwell is worrying. According to the information, he has chest pain. Wish God to get well soon and take Indian cricket to a height. ''



Significantly, on 2 January, Sourav Ganguly was admitted to the Woodlands Hospital in Kolkata after suffering chest pain. Where he underwent angioplasty. The last time he was having a treadmill in his home gym, he suffered from chest discomfort.



After this, he had to stay in the hospital for five days. After Saurav Ganguly, his elder brother Snehasish Ganguly also underwent angioplasty. He underwent angioplasty at Woodlands Hospital in Kolkata.



What did Sourav say after being discharged from the hospital?

After being discharged from Woodlands Hospital, Sourav Ganguly thanked the staff and doctors of the hospital. He said, "Now I feel completely healthy. I thank the doctors at the hospital for the treatment. I'm fine now. "

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