Rajendra Prasad Mohapatra

Former India captain and ex-BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has landed in a big problem. The former southpaw has lost his mobile phone which was reportedly stolen from his residence in Behala, Kolkata on Saturday.

Following the incident, Ganguly has filed a complaint with the Thakurpukur police station.

According to Ganguly, his phone contained personal data and information. He urged the police to prevent any misuse.

As per the complaint by Ganguly, he was away for some work and left his phone at a particular spot in his residence before losing it. There is ongoing painting work at his residence and the masons working there are likely be questioned soon.

As per reports, Ganguly was using a 1.6 lakh rupee worth of smartphone with support of 2 5G sim cards and the police have begun their investigation but the phone has not been traced yet.

The loss of the phone is a major worry for the former captain as the mobile has access to multiple accounts and sensitive data. Ganguly especially highlighted that his phone is linked to various bank accounts and has information of important people.