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Former captain of Team India and currently BCCI President Sourav Ganguly (48) was admitted to a hospital in Kolkata on Saturday after complaining of chest pain. His condition is said to be stable at the moment. According to the news agency, Ganguly suffered a mild heart attack on Saturday morning. After some time, the family took him to the hospital. Where he was admitted. A hospital source told the news agency – Ganguly’s health is stable at the moment. We are doing tests to find out if he has any cardiac problem. They may have angioplasty. His condition is out of danger.

Mamta wished to recover soon
West Bengal Chief Minister Banerjee said on social media- Sourav Ganguly was sad to hear the news of a heart attack. He is an Admit in Hospital. Hopefully they will get well soon. Board Secretary Jai Shah said on social media- I have spoken with Dada’s family. Treatment is having a good effect on them. I wish him well soon.

Went to the Eden Gardens on Wednesday
Ganguly went to his home ground Eden Gardens on Wednesday. Here he reviewed the preparations for the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. During this time, President of Bengal Cricket Association Abhishek Dalmia was also with Dada. Last week he also went to meet West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar. After this it was speculated that Sourav could join BJP soon. However, Ganguly himself said on this meeting – if the governor wants to meet me, I should meet. Do not make more sense of it.

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