Kolkata: Former captain of Team India and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Saurabh Ganguly was not discharged from the hospital on Wednesday as per his wish and will now be discharged on Thursday. Woodlands Hospital gave information about this.
Ganguly suffered chest pain while doing gym at his residence last Saturday. After the treatment, doctors said that Ganguly had a mild heart attack and three blockages were found in his artery.
The doctor treating Ganguly said, “Ganguly wanted to stay in the hospital for a day and due to his personal wish he will now be discharged from the hospital on Thursday.” Dr. Rupali Basu, CEO of Woodlands Hospital, said that Ganguly is fit and wants to stay in the hospital for a day.
Hundreds of his fans gathered outside his home in South Kolkata amid reports of Ganguly being discharged from the hospital. Earlier on Tuesday, cardiologist Dr. Devi Shetty visited Ganguly and examined him and said that his heart is healthy and he has no serious problems.