The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly endured a gentle cardiovascular failure and was admitted to the ICU of Woodlands Hospital in south Kolkata today.
State of the 48-year-old previous Indian commander was expressed by medical clinic authorities to be "steady."
Ganguly felt woozy when he was at the rec center at his home in Behala area earlier today and was hurried to Woodlands emergency clinic, reports our New Delhi journalist.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee took to Twitter to state that Ganguly endured a "gentle heart failure" and wished him a quick recuperation.
"Dismal to hear that @SGanguly endured a mellow heart failure and has been admitted to clinic," she tweeted. "Wishing him a quick and full recuperation. My considerations and petitions are with him and his family!" Mamata added.
BCCI Secretary Jay Shah, in a tweet, said Ganguly's condition was steady and he is "reacting admirably to treatment".
Medical clinic sources said Ganguly is probably going to go through angioplasty.
They said Ganguly felt uneasiness in the chest when he had an exercise at the Eden Gardens last night. "In any case, he chose to proceed with his morning drill schedule today and unexpectedly felt mixed up," as per the sources.
The clinic has shaped a leading group of specific specialists and a cardiology expert from state-run Seth Sukhlal Karnani Memorial Hospital has additionally been required Ganguly's treatment.
In July, Ganguly had gone into home isolate after his senior sibling and Cricket Association of Bengal Joint Secretary Snehasish Ganguly had tried positive for Covid.
In November a year ago, he had uncovered that he had gone through upwards of 22 Covid-19 tests to meet his expert responsibilities.
Ganguly's two separate gatherings one after another with West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar in Kolkata and Indian Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi a week ago had set the Indian media buzzing with theories about his joining governmental issues and the Bharatiya Janata Party in front of get together decisions in West Bengal due in a few months.
The previous India skipper had, notwithstanding, asked the media not to interface his gatherings with Dhankar and Shah and guess about the chance of his joining governmental issues.