BCCI President Sourav Ganguly was released from the Woodlands Hospital on Thursday morning as per reports in ANI. He was scheduled to e discharged on Wednesday, January 6, but he expressed his desire to stay a day longer. He was admitted to the hospital after he complained of chest pain while being in a gym session a few days ago. The Ganguly further complained of a sudden blackout when he complained of chest pain as well.
He then had to undergo angioplasty and then was treated by a team of nine doctors. Ganguly was discharged after spending five days at the hospital and will now be looked after at his home. The hospital said the doctors will keep a constant update on Ganguly and appropriate measures will be taken from time to time.
Sourav Ganguly Released From Woodlands Hospital
This was the former Indian captain’s major health issue that has come into the news media. Ganguly was hospitalised n complains of chest pain coupled with dizziness and vomiting on January 1. Following this, doctors had conducted angioplasty on him.
Dr. Rupali Basu, MD, and CEO of Woodlands Hospital, on Tuesday, said the former captain will be monitored daily at home after being released. Dada will undergo the medication process for the next two to three weeks as per Dr. Basu.
“I thank the doctors at the hospital for the treatment. I am absolutely fine. Hopefully, I will be ready to fly soon,” Ganguly told reporters outside the Woodlands Hospital.
Sourav Ganguly is currently the President of the BCCI where he had assumed office last October as he took over from the previous president C.K Khanna. Though his term shouldn’t have been over by July 2020, since the supreme court hasn’t conveyed any decision on the same, he’s still continuing in the role.
One of Sourav Ganguly’s most successful events under his administration was the recently concluded IPL in the UAE where the board managed to earn close to 4000 crore rupees by organizing the IPL in a bio-secure bubble.
The former Indian skipper was welcomed by a number of fans who were anxiously waiting to get his glance outside the hospital premises.