Sourav Ganguly Health: Dada to be discharged from hospital on January 6, according to reports | Latest update on Sourav Ganguly Health: Dada’s condition is stable, may leave hospital on January 6

Kolkata: Sourav Ganguly, the former captain of the Indian team and current president of the BCCI, is expected to be released from hospital on Wednesday. A source at the hospital informed.

A member of the medical team said: “Well-known cardiac surgeon Dr Devi Shetty will see Ganguly on Tuesday. So not tomorrow but let’s hope he gets out of the hospital the day after tomorrow.

Ganguly (Sourav Ganguly) underwent angioplasty on Saturday. He was admitted to hospital with chest pain.

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The doctor said, “Ganguly is stable now. He underwent angioplasty. There are three blockages in his heart for which he will be having angioplasty. There is 90 percent blockage in his arteries. He was invited to rest at home. We will make the next decision after some time.

Ganguly (Sourav Ganguly) was admitted to hospital on Saturday after complaining of dizziness and chest pain in addition to fainting. He had this complaint after exercising at his home gym. After that, he called his family doctor who advised the former drummer to be hospitalized.

Many personalities, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi), called and inquired about Sourav Ganguly’s situation. Ganguly told PM Modi that he is feeling fine now. PM Modi also spoke with his wife Donna.

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