DDCA director, Bollywood stars pay visit to Rishabh Pant in Dehradun following car crash

Delhi & District Cricket Affiliation (DDCA) director Shyam Sharma fulfilled Rishabh Pant on Saturday, December 31st, at the Max Hospital in Dehradun exactly where Pant is admitted following a automobile incident.

Expressing pleasure around the remedy Pant is receiving, Sharma claimed the Indian keeper-batter in remaining taken care very well and that the board is also in touch with the health professionals at Max, having regular updates on his situation. Speaking to the reporters, he claimed, “He (Pant) is currently being appeared immediately after very well by doctors below. The BCCI is also in touch with them, getting updates on his condition. As of now, he will be retained in this article only.”

Though driving down to his hometown in Roorkee from Delhi to devote some time with his mom on the New Year’s, Pant fulfilled with an accident in the wee several hours on Friday early morning. His luxury car or truck bought strike into the street divider and then flipped, resulting in major damage to him and the automobile as nicely. As for each the onlookers, Rishabh was lucky to escape the scene as his car caught fire soon just after slipping.

Though Pant endured two cuts on his forehead, a ligament tear in his right knee along with injuries on his right wrist, ankle, toe and back again, he is believed to be in a secure condition at the instant, as for every the law enforcement.

Moreover, two Bollywood stars – Anil Kapoor and Anupam Kher also compensated check out to Rishabh Pant in the healthcare facility.

“He (Pant) is undertaking high-quality. We satisfied him as supporters. Enable us pray that he recovers soon and we see him participating in yet again,” Anil Kapoor instructed reporters.

While veteran actor Anupam Kher said both of those manufactured him chuckle and satisfied his mom and relatives as well.

“Every thing is great. We met Pant, his mother and family, they are all fine. We produced him chortle a whole lot,” Anupam Kher reported.

DDCA director previously also claimed that if required Pant will be airlifted to Delhi for even further cure.