Veteran coach Ashok Mustafi, who had coached former Indian captain and current Cricket Board of India (BCCI) chairman Saurav Ganguly, died on Thursday morning after prolonged illness. He was 86 years old. He has a daughter in his family, who lives in London. Ashok's family sources said, 'He was suffering from heart ailments and was admitted to the hospital in April. He suffered a heart attack this morning and breathed his last. '
Ashok was the coach of the famous Dukhram Cricket Coaching Center, which later came under the purview of the Aryan Club Galleries, which was once considered the nursery of Bengal cricket and gave over a dozen Ranji cricketers including Saurabh Ganguly. In a condolence message, Bengal Cricket Association (CAB) President Avishek Dalmia said, 'I am saddened and shocked by the death of Mustafi Sir. His contribution to cricket, especially the career of the players will always be remembered.
He said, 'Deepest condolences to his family. May his soul rest in peace. ' Ganguly's father sent him to Ashoka for training in the early days, where he was coaching along with his friend Sanjay Das. Ashok's condition deteriorated last month and Ganguly along with his close friend Sanjay arranged for his treatment.
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