Calcutta: Cricket Board of India (BCCI) president and veteran cricketer Sourav Ganguly has been re-admitted to hospital. He has been admitted to the hospital in critical condition. He has been admitted to the Apollo Hospital in Calcutta after complaining of chest pain and is undergoing treatment there.
Notably, Sourav Ganguly had a heart attack a few days back, which led to his angioplasty. The former Indian cricketer underwent an initial angioplasty with moderate heart pain.
Sourav Ganguly was admitted to Woodlands Hospital in Calcutta on January 2 after suffering from chest pain. He was discharged on January 7 after being held here for five days. The last time Sourav Ganguly had a heart attack while exercising in the gym, he had to undergo angioplasty. Because a stent was placed on Sourav Ganguly