According to officials from the BCCI, the Indian wicketkeeper and batter Rishabh Pant, who was miraculously spared from a horrendous vehicle accident the previous week, has successfully undergone knee surgery at a hospital in Mumbai. The accident occurred last week.
“On Friday, Rishabh Pant had surgery to repair a knee ligament, and the procedure was a success. He will be subjected to close scrutiny.
Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala would provide recommendations for subsequent courses of action and rehabilitation, which will then be carried out by the BCCI sports science and medicine staff “PTI was told by a source close to BCCI.
The procedure was carried out at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital in Andheri West under the direction of Dr. Pardiwala, who is the director of the Arthroscopy and Shoulder Service as well as the head of the Center for Sports Medicine.
Since Pant was unable to travel on a commercial airline, he was transferred from Dehradun to Mumbai via air ambulance. Pant’s journey began in Dehradun.
The 25-year-old man, who was going from Delhi to Roorkee in the early hours of December 30 to surprise his family members, received many injuries after his speeding automobile collided with the divider and caught fire. He was on his way to surprise his family members.