BCCI president Sourav Ganguly's elder brother, Snehasish, was admitted to a private hospital in the early hours of Saturday (August 14) and sources said he had a "stomach infection". "He has a stomach infection and his COVID infection has turned negative," hospital sources told PTI.
Snehasish is currently the secretary of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB). The 53-year-old, who had undergone angioplasty earlier this year, vomited on Friday night and as a precautionary measure, he was rushed to the hospital around 3 am on Saturday, sources close to him said.
Sourav, who is currently in London with his wife Dona, is keeping a track of the situation. Snehasish, a former Bengal left-handed batsman, played 59 first-class matches and scored 2534 runs for the state. He also featured in 18 List A matches and scored 275 runs