Ganguly Gets Into A Heated Argument In His First Train Ride After 2001

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| July 19 , 2017 , 12:23 IST

Sourav Ganguly has had his share of controversies on the field and he is known to never back down from a fight. Although this time the controversy has taken place on a train where he got into a heated argument with a fellow passenger regarding his seat.

According to reports, Ganguly, who was with Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) secretary Abhishek Dalmiya on the Padatik Express, had an argument with another passenger who had occupied his seat. The latter did not agree with Ganguly, which compelled the Railway Protection Force (RPF) personnel to intervene. Ganguly was then offered a berth in AC 2-tier.

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The former Indian captain was travelling to Balurghat where he was to unveil his eight-foot tall bronze statue.

Ganguly unveiled his statue in the Biksha Maidan where many of his fans turned up just to get a glimpse of him.

The surprising thing here is that the sculptor of the statue, Sushanta Pal, had never met Ganguly before.