Bangla Hunt Desk: Former Indian cricket team captain Kapil Dev has been admitted to hospital with a heart attack. According to reports, captain Kapil Dev, who handed over India's first Cricket World Cup, suffered a heart attack on Friday. She is undergoing angioplasty at Fortis Escort Hospital in New Delhi. According to reports, he is now healthier than before.
Delhi: Veteran cricketer Kapil Dev admitted at Fortis, Okhla for heart issues. More detail on his health awaited. (File photo) pic.twitter.com/2bllqVweuS
– ANI ()ANI) October 23, 2020
Kapil Dev, popularly known as Haryana Hurricane, brought the first Cricket World Cup to India in 1983. At that time, under his leadership, the Indian team defeated the West Indies to win the country's first Cricket World Cup.
Kapil Dev was admitted to Fortis Hospital in Delhi due to heart blockage. According to sources, he was admitted to the hospital after suffering a heart attack. On the other hand, according to the information received from the hospital, he was taken to the hospital due to having heart block.