Kolkata: BCCI President and former Team India captain Sourav Ganguly, who was on Wednesday admitted to a private hospital here following chest pain, is being monitored closely and his situation is not alarming, doctors treating him said.
Ganguly was rushed to Apollo Hospital after he complained of uneasiness last night and experienced mind chest pain this afternoon, according to reports.
The doctors, who are taking care of Ganguly’s health, have confirmed that his situation is not alarming. He will be further monitored before they take a call on Thursday on the second stent which might be needed.
Earlier this month, Ganguly was admitted in Kolkata’s Woodland Hospital after the BCCI President suffered a mild heart-attack. He was then diagonised with three blocked coronary arteries.
Renowned cardiologist Dr Devi Shetty, after examining Sourav, had said that the cricketing icon had fully recovered to return back to normal life and was fit enough to play cricket.
On January 23, his elder brother and Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) secretary Snehasish Ganguly also underwent angioplasty in Apollo Hospital.
Reports said Sourav Ganguly has a family history of heart disease. His father Chandi Ganguly had to undergo bypass surgery at the age of 37.