Rishabh Pant issues first statement after accident

After his automobile accident, Rishabh Pant issued a message on Twitter thanking the fans, BCCI, and medical staff for their support. Pant was engaged in a car accident while going from Roorkee to New Delhi in the early hours of December 30. Pant’s automobile caught fire, according to eyewitnesses and footage that eventually emerged, but he was able to escape.

Rishabh Pant Updated to BCCI

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The BCCI stated that the left-hander had received injuries to his head, back, and feet. He sustained two wounds on his forehead, a ligament rupture in his right knee, and injuries to his right wrist, ankle, toe, and back. The BCCI subsequently arranged for Pant to be transferred from Dehradun to Mumbai for further treatment. Rishabh Pant will have surgery and additional operations for the ligament injuries he experienced, according to the update, and would be evaluated by the BCCI medical team in the future.

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“The Board will make every effort to facilitate and accelerate Rishabh Pant’s recovery process and will offer him all the support he needs during this time,” the statement stated. Pant has now given his first comment since the accident, indicating that his operation was a success and that he was preparing himself for a long road to recovery. He also thanked several individuals for their help during the process. I am humbled and appreciative for all the love and well wishes,” Pant tweeted. I’m happy to report that my operation went well.

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The road to recovery has started, and I am prepared for the trials that lie ahead. Thank you to the BCCI, Jay Shah, and government officials for their tremendous assistance. From the bottom of my heart, I’d also want to thank all my fans, teammates, doctors, and physios for your kind words of support,” he said in another tweet. “I want to see you all on the field.” Though no timetable for Pant’s comeback to cricket has been offered, he has not been picked to Australia’s team for the first two Tests of their visit to India in February and March.

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