48-year-old Ganguly was also admitted to the hospital early this month due to chest pain.
Former Indian cricket team captain and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI ) chief Sourav Ganguly was rushed to a private hospital on Wednesday after he complained of chest pain. He has been taken to Apollo Hospital in Kolkata.
According to a report in The Indian Express, Ganguly’s family members decided to take him to the hospital after he felt mild chest pain in the morning. He felt little uneasiness last evening also.
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“He was feeling dizzy and had some discomfort in the chest. So, he was rushed to the hospital for further diagnosis,” reported PTI, citing family sources. The Kolkata Police formed a green corridor for his smooth passage to the hospital from his residence in Behala, the agency reported.
BCCI Chief Sourav Ganguly being taken to Apollo Hospital in Kolkata after he complained of chest pain. More details awaited.
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The 48-year-old Ganguly, one of the most successful captains of Team India, was also admitted to the hospital early this month due to chest pain. He underwent angioplasty on his right coronary artery at Woodlands Hospital. A few days later he was discharged but doctors had advised him angioplasty on other coronary arteries as well.