Sourav Ganguly health update: Two more stents inserted to remove blockage of arteries of BCCI chief

Last Updated: Thursday, 28 January 2021 (21:59 IST)
Kolkata: Two more were inserted on Thursday to remove the blockage into the arteries of Indian cricket board chief Sourav Ganguly, exactly 27 days after the first stent was put in into his lifeline, the medics at the Apollo hospital in the city said.

“Forty-eight year-old former India cricket captain is now doing well after the uneventful operation,” the medics told reporters.
 
Ganguly was operated upon on January 1 at the Woodlands hospital in the city after the BCCI president fell sick while doing gyms at his south Kolkata home.
 
Ganguly has been diagnosed with triple vessel disease, meant all three arteries of heart were found blockage.
 
The latest operation was done in the presence of Devi Shetty and Aswin Mehtha, who airdashed into the early today.
 
Chief minister Mamata Banerjee visited the hospital to see the ailing BCCI president.
 
Dr Saroj Mondal said Ganguly was doing fine right now. (UNI)