BCCI President Sourav Ganguly hospitalised again days after undergoing angioplasty


BCCI President Sourav Ganguly had to be hospitalised again on 27 January after he once again complained of chest pain. He’s reportedly been admitted to Kolkata’s Apollo Hospital. This came just weeks after the former India skipper had to undergo an angioplasty  following a heart attack.

Ganguly’s condition is said to be stable now. Meanwhile, a short video of Ganguly arriving at the hospital has been shared a Twitter user, where the 48-year-old former India captain was seen walking unaided.

Ganguly, who retired from cricket in 2008, represented India in 113 Test matches and scored 7,212 runs with an average of 42.2. He also made 11,363 in 311 One Day Internationals. Described as one of the most successful captains of the Indian cricket team, Ganguly also scored 38 centuries and 107 half-centuries in both ODI and Test matches.


  1. We are animals.. no – worse than animals. Here is a sick person braving his illness and walking unaided into the hospital and we crowd around him scream and shout and yell and create an ugly scene.
    Really have we no sense of decency of feeling for a fellow man in distress ? Why have we become such uncivilised savages ?


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