Sourav Ganguly, the BCCI chief and former captain of Team India, was discharged from the hospital today. The Sourav Ganguly who was admitted to the Woodlands Hospital in Kolkata after suffering a ‘mild’ heart attack, was admitted here since Saturday. He also met the media after coming out of the hospital. During this, Ganguly described himself as completely healthy and thanked all the doctors for the treatment.
Earlier, he was scheduled to go home on January 6, but a statement was issued on Wednesday that, “Ganguly wants to stay in the hospital for one more day, so now he will go home on January 7.” This is his personal decision. ‘
Meanwhile, a senior hospital official said, “He is fine and there is no chest pain or any other complication”. Our team of doctors is monitoring his health, even after going home, he will be in touch with the medical team.
Significantly, 48-year-old Ganguly was admitted to the hospital on Saturday after chest pain where he underwent angioplasty. Three of his major arteries leading to the heart were found to be obstructed, a stent has been inserted. Dada is scheduled to have another angioplasty within one to two weeks.
Ganguly fell ill when the market is hot for his entry into politics before the West Bengal assembly elections to be held in April-May this year. According to people associated with the political world of the state, Ganguly can join the Bharatiya Janata Party. The former batsman, however, never expressed his intentions to enter politics.