Rishabh Pant, the wicketkeeper for India, was transported to Mumbai for treatment following a car accident.
The Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant. Who was injured in a car accident on December 30 in northern India. And is receiving treatment at a Dehradun hospital. most recently participated in India’s 2-0 Test series victory over Bangladesh. In the early hours of Friday. Pant was traveling to his hometown of Roorkee when his vehicle crashed into a center divider. overturned, and caught fire in the northern state of Uttarakhand. According to BCCI honorary secretary Jay Shah. The 25-year-old. Who is now receiving treatment in a hospital in Dehradun. Would be flown to Mumbai in an air ambulance.
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Rishabh will have surgery and further operations to repair ligament rips. And the BCCI medical staff will continue to keep an eye on him throughout his recuperation and rehabilitation. According to Shah. The board promises to do everything possible to hasten Rishabh’s rehabilitation process and to give him all the support he needs in the interim. Despite being left off the rosters for this month’s T20 and ODI matches against Sri Lanka, Pant. Who assisted India’s Test team in winning a 2-0 series against Bangladesh last month. Had already undergone reconstructive surgery for the facial damage he incurred in the accident.
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The BBC reports that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has spoken with Pant’s family. Immediately after the incident. Shah posted on his Twitter account. “My thoughts and prayers are with Rishabh Pant as he battles his way back to recovery.” His family and the medical professionals attending to him have heard from me. Rishabh is doing scans and is stable. “We will provide him all the support he needs while attentively monitoring his development.
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The national team wicket keeper and Mercedes batsman was driving from New Delhi to his birthplace Roorkee. A few hours north of the Indian capital. When his SUV crashed into the median and caught fire. He was taken for immediate medical attention at a nearby hospital before being transferred to a cutting-edge clinic in Dehradun. Rishabh will have surgery and further operations to repair ligament rips, and the BCCI Medical Team will continue to keep an eye on him throughout his recuperation and rehabilitation. according to the BCCI.