Mohammad Rizwan, a star wicketkeeper and batter for Pakistan, has sent his well wishes and prayers to Rishabh Pant, a wicketkeeper and batter for India who was involved in a car accident on Friday.
Pant almost avoided death in the near-fatal accident on Friday, but he suffered a number of injuries, including burns, that would force him to undergo reconstructive surgery. If necessary, he could be flown to Delhi by helicopter.
On Friday, he was driving back to Roorkee from Delhi when the automobile he was driving crashed with a divider on the Narsan boundary of Roorkee, close to Hammadpur Jhal. This caused him to be involved in a serious accident.
“Sending healing thoughts and wishes for a swift recovery to @RishabhPant17. Get well soon, in sha Allah, “Mohammad Rizwan sent out a tweet.
Earlier on Friday, a number of Pakistani cricketers, both retired and active, including Shoaib Akhtar, Wasim Akram, and Shaheen Afridi, conveyed their well wishes to the Indian wicketkeeper-batter.
Pant sustained a torn ligament in his right knee as well as cuts on his head above his eyebrows. Pant is currently stable and out of danger, according to DDCA director Shyam Sharma, who stated in an interview with NDTV that Pant had a minor reconstructive surgery on his forehead.
“Rishabh Pant had a little procedure done to his forehead area to correct a facial blemish. Within the next hour, a DDCA team consisting of three people would arrive in Dehradun.
BCCI maintains regular communication with the medical staff at Max Hospital as well as with Pant’s family. He is doing well and is no longer in danger at this time.
We have not yet decided whether or not it is necessary for him to be relocated to Delhi “On Saturday, DDCA director Shyam Sharma gave an interview to NDTV.
Pant’s luxury vehicle collided with a road barrier and caught fire on the highway between Delhi and Dehradun, and he narrowly avoided being killed in the incident. Reports indicate that he had fallen asleep while behind the wheel.