Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday spoke to the Indian cricketer Rishabh pantsabout his health after the horrible Indian road accident. Pant had an accident while returning from Delhi to Roorkee when his car collided with the divider at Roorkee’s Narsan border near Hammadpur Jhal. As reported by ANI, Prime Minister Modi talked to Rishabh Pant’s mother and inquired about his health.
Earlier on the same day, Prime Minister Modi prayed for the good health and speedy recovery of the Indian hitter and wrote on Twitter: “Sadly saddened by the famous cricketer’s accident. Rishabh Pant. I pray for his health and peace. @ RishabhPant17,” Prime Minister Modi wrote on Twitter.
Suffering from the accident of famous cricketer Rishabh Pant. I pray for his health and happiness. @RishabhPant17
– Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 30, 2022
Pant, who was sitting alone in the car, suffered injuries to his back, forehead and leg. Pant was driving his car when he got into an accident on the Delhi-Dehradun highway. Photos from the crash show the car in a gutted condition.
According to a statement by the Control Board of Cricket in India (BCCI), Pant had two cuts on his forehead, ruptured ligaments in his right knee and also injured his right wrist, ankle and toe and suffered abrasions. his back.
Rishabh’s condition remains stable and he has now been transferred to Max Hospital, Dehradun, where he will undergo magnetic resonance imaging to determine the extent of the injury and develop a course of further treatment, according to the statement. BCCI’s statement is shared with the media.
According to the statement, BCCI is in regular contact with Pant’s family while the medical team is in close contact with the doctors currently treating Southpaw.
The council said it will ensure that Pant receives the best medical care possible and gets all the support he needs to get him through this traumatic period.
The batting keeper represented India in 33 Test games, scoring 2,271 runs averaging 43.67. He has five tons of Tests against his name, with a top score of 159 not passing. Pant also has 119 catches and 14 hits to his name.
In the ODIs, he aggregated 865 runs to his name in 30 games with an average of 34.60, with five half a century and a ton with a hit rate of 106.65. Behind the shots, Pant has 26 catches and once recorded his name in the ODIs. In the 66 T20I, the hitter scored 987 runs, with three half a century to his name at an average of 22.43 and a hit rate of 126.37.
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