Former India Opener Chetan Chauhan Critical, On Life Support | Cricket News

Former India Opener Chetan Chauhan Critical, On Life Support

Chetan Chauhan performed 40 Test matches for India.© AFP

The well being situation of former India opener Chetan Chauhan, who examined constructive for COVID-19 final month, has worsened after he developed multi-organ failure and he’s now on ventilator help at a medical facility in Gurugram. The 73-year-old Chauhan, who can also be a Cabinet Minister in Uttar Pradesh authorities, was admitted on the Sanjay Gandhi PGI Hospital in Lucknow after testing COVID-19 constructive on July 12.

His situation didn’t enhance and after different problems developed, he was shifted to Medanta in Gurugram.

“Early morning today, Chetan ji had a kidney failure and subsequently, had multi-organ failure. He is currently on life support. We are all praying that he wins this battle,” a senior DDCA official, who’s conserving monitor of the event, informed PTI on Saturday.


Chauhan, who had performed 40 Tests for India, had been legendary Sunil Gavaskar‘s longest serving opening associate.

He has served the Delhi & Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) in numerous capacities — president, vice-president, secretary and chief selector — aside from being supervisor of the Indian Team throughout their tour of Australia.

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