Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday spoke with the mother of Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant about his health after the Indian batsman’s horrific road accident. Pant was involved in an accident on his way back to Roorkee from Delhi when his car collided with the dividing line at the Narsan border at Roorkee near Hammadpur Jhal. Prime Minister Modi spoke to Rishabh Pant’s mother and asked about his health, ANI reported.
Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Modi prayed for the Indian batsman’s good health and speedy recovery, tweeting: “I am saddened by the accident of famous cricketer Rishabh Pant. I pray for his health and Prayers for happiness. @RishabhPant17,” Prime Minister Modi tweeted. .
Painful over the accident of famous cricketer Rishabh Pant. I pray for his good health and happiness. @RishabhPant17
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 30, 2022
Panter, who was alone in the car, sustained injuries to his back, forehead and legs. Pant was driving when he was involved in an accident on the Delhi-Dehradun highway. Images of the accident showed the car in a burnt-out state.
According to a statement from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Pant suffered two cuts to his forehead, torn ligaments in his right knee, injuries to his right wrist, ankle and toes, and abrasions to his ankle. his back.
According to a statement shared by the BCCI with the media, Rishabh’s condition remains stable and he has now been transferred to Max Hospital in Dehradun, where he will undergo an MRI scan to determine the extent of his injuries and formulate further treatment options.
According to the statement, BCCI has been in touch with Pant’s family, while the medical team is in close contact with the doctors who are currently treating the left-hander.
The board said it would ensure that Pant received the best medical care possible and that he received all the support he needed to move through this traumatic phase.
The goalkeeper batsman represented India in 33 Test matches with an average score of 43.67 and 2,271 runs. He has 5 Test tons against his name and his highest is 159 not out. Panter also has 119 catches and 14 strikes to his name.
In ODIs, he has amassed 865 runs in 30 games with an average of 34.60, with five half-century and a ton of 106.65. Behind the wicket, Pant has 26 catches, one of which bears his name in an ODI. In 66 T20Is, the keeper batsman has scored 987 runs and has averaged 22.43 runs with a strike rate of 126.37 over three and a half centuries.
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