In a month, Mayank is likely to be discharged from Agartala Hospital and then return to Bengaluru. The captain of the Karnataka team was discharged from a hospital in Agartala, where he was placed under treatment after falling ill on a plane.
While it was on its way to Delhi along with the Karnataka team from the capital city of Tripura on Tuesday (January 30), Agarwal had a drink on the plane. It caused him to be uneasy and also burn in the throat, where he began to vomit. He was deplaned and was raced to the hospital right away.
Live Cricket Score reported on Tuesday that the KSCA president Raghuram Bhat has informed that Mayank is pulled out of danger and it would be ideal to release him from the hospital on the following day. The following latest news is that Mayank has returned to Bengaluru for treatment by the local doctors.
Karnataka finished the job against Tripura in the Ranji Trophy games in Group C. The following match will lead them against Railways, beginning February 2 in Surat. It is highly probable that Nikil Jose, the vice-captain of the team, will assume leadership of the team when Agarwal is missing.