Sourav Ganguly was admitted to the hospital with chest pain as he fell sick again.
He was admitted to a private hospital on Wednesday in the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass area in Kolkata of India, reports Anandabazar Patrika.
According to family sources, the former Indian cricket team captain and BCCI president has been feeling chest pain since Tuesday night.
The decision was taken to admit him to the hospital to avoid any risk as his chest pain increased.
He is currently being treated at a private hospital. However, the physical condition is stable.
The veteran cricketer was previously admitted to the hospital on 2 January after feeling "uneasiness" and chest pain but was discharged on 7 January after he underwent angioplasty.