Rishabh Pant accident: He is stable and undergoing scans, confirms BCCI Secretary Jay Shah

Considerably to the reduction for Indian cricket fans, the Board of Regulate for Cricket in India (BCCI) Secretary Jay Shah has verified that Rishabh Pant is stable and going through scans at Max Hospital, Dehradun subsequent a horrific accident on Friday morning (December 30). The swashbuckling wicketkeeper-batter was returning to Delhi from Uttarakhand when his car or truck collided with a divider and caught fire. He was driving the Mercedes and was reportedly alone when he someway managed to get out of the motor vehicle and was rushed to the medical center. 

Just after the disturbing incident pics went viral on social media platforms, needs poured for Pant. Amid all this, Jay Shah verified that Pant is stable and out of threat. Shah tweeted, “My ideas and prayers are with Rishabh Pant as he fights his way back to restoration. I have spoken to his relatives and the health professionals dealing with him. Rishabh is secure and going through scans. We are closely checking his progress and will provide him with all the essential help.”


Quickly, BCCI’s official Twitter cope with also shared an update on Pant:


Ever given that the information broke out, the cricketing fraternity has been wishing for Pant’s speedy restoration. The likes of R Ashwin, Virender Sehwag, Ricky Ponting, VVS Laxman, Anil Kumble, Litton Das, Dinesh Karthik, Rashid Khan and lots of others have been for the 25-12 months-old’s recovery.

Recently, the BCCI selectors had introduced India’s white-ball squads for the impending household series compared to Sri Lanka — setting up on January 3 — the place Pant’s identify was missing. As for every reports, he was retained out of the white-ball assignments for him to operate on the niggle on his knee and return for the home Tests as opposed to Australia.  At present, Pant is steady but nothing at all can be claimed about when he will attain whole conditioning adhering to the incident.