The former Indian captain has been advised to be on medication and follow a strict routine for the next few months.
Two more stents were implanted to clear his clogged coronary arteries.
The former Indian captain is stable, doctors said.
The player retention deadline ended on January 20 and the trading window closes on February 4.
India chased down 328 in the final Test at the Gabba to win the series 2-1 and retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
The former Indian captain, who also the BCCI president, was hospitalised on Saturday after he complained of chest discomfort while exercising on a tread mill at his home gym.
The 48-year-old cricket icon is stable.
While Ganguly did not take questions on the reason for his visit, Dhankhar said that they had discussion on 'varied issues'.
The decision to include two new teams was ratified at Board of Control for Cricket in India's Annual General Body Meeting in Ahmedabad.
MPL Sports has entered into a three-year agreement with BCCI from November, 2020, to December, 2023.