The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will take care of star India cricketer Rishabh Pant’s further treatment and board secretary Jai Shah himself will look into it, a Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) official said on Wednesday. . “Pant’s further treatment will now be taken care of by the BCCI. Jai Shah himself will keep a close eye on his treatment. The board will send him to the UK if required,” a DDCA official told ANI. DDCA director Shyam Sharma said Pant, who is currently undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Dehradun following a car accident on December 30, will be shifted to Mumbai today for further treatment.
“I have contacted his mother. We will shift him to Mumbai for further assistance for his torn ligament,” Sharma told ANI.
Uttarakhand Director General of Police Ashok Kumar on Tuesday said the police is taking note of the details of all passers-by who helped cricketer Rishabh Pant during the accident, including bus driver Sushil Kumar and conductor Paramjit Nain of Haryana Roadways to pay their respects.
“Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has already made an announcement in this regard,” the DGP told ANI.
Dhami on Sunday announced that his government will honor the Haryana Roadways driver and operator, who saved star cricketer Rishabh Pant’s life, on Republic Day.
He added, “The driver and operator risked their lives to save Rishabh Pant’s life. The cricketer’s car rolled several times in front of their eyes (after hitting a divider on the Delhi-Dehradun highway and burst into flames). Haryana Roadways staff proved their mettle in handling emergencies.” did.”
CM Dhami also announced that the state government would provide all assistance for the treatment of the 25-year-old, who was seriously injured in a road accident near Roorkee on December 30 while on his way to surprise his mother.
Pant was alone in the car and reportedly fell asleep at the wheel at the time of the accident. The cricketer survived the near-fatal accident on December 30, with burn injuries among others that will require plastic surgery and may be airlifted to Delhi if necessary. On his way back to Roorkee from Delhi, he met with an accident when his car collided with a divider at Narsan border in Roorkee near Hammadpur Jhal.
According to a statement by the Board of Cricket in India (BCCI) in coordination with Max Hospital in Dehradun, the cricketer suffered two cuts on his forehead, right knee, ankle, toe and torn ligaments. behind.
DDCA director Shyam Sharma on Saturday expressed concern about visitors flocking to the hospital to catch a glimpse of cricketer Rishabh Pant undergoing treatment.
“Those who are going to meet Pant should avoid it, as there is a chance of infection. No VIP should travel to meet Pant, and people visiting him should avoid it as Pant has a chance of infection,” Sharma told ANI. the phone
The BCCI said: “Pant has two cuts on his forehead, a torn ligament in his right knee and also injuries to his right wrist, ankle and toe and a friction injury to his back.”
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