Rishabh Pant, a renowned wicketkeeper and batter for the India cricket team, was seriously injured in a vehicle accident last week and is currently recovering in the hospital. On Tuesday, members of the India cricket team posted encouraging messages on social media wishing Rishabh Pant a swift recovery.
Pant was wished a swift recovery by India cricket team Head Coach Rahul Dravid, who reflected on the fact that Pant has played some of the most impressive innings in the annals of Indian Test cricket. “I’m hoping everything is going well for you, Rishabh.
Hope you get well soon. Over the course of the past year, I have had the honour of witnessing you play several innings that rank among the best in the annals of Indian test cricket.
You have the moral fibre to pull us through challenging circumstances, and every time we’ve been in a bind together, you’ve been the one to lead the way.
This is one of those challenges, but I have faith that you will rise to the occasion just as you have so many other times “in a video that was uploaded by BCCI, the head coach is heard saying.
Hardik Pandya, a star all-rounder for the Indian cricket team, wished “warrior” Pant a swift recovery as well.
“Hi Rishabh, I wanted to take this opportunity to wish you a speedy recovery. I am aware that you have put up a battle, and that things are not going the way you had hoped they would, but life goes on nonetheless.
As you have done in the past, you will overcome every obstacle and stage a successful comeback. My heart and best wishes are with you at this time. Everyone on the team and the entire country is rooting for you, “said Hardik.
Suryakumar Yadav also remarked, “I hope that you will make a rapid recovery. I am aware of what the current circumstances are. We are all sad to see you go and counting down the days till you come back. You have a long history of being a fierce competitor on the field, and I have no doubt that you will be back very soon.”
Spinner Yuzvendra Chahal likewise extended his best wishes for a swift recovery to Pant following the incident.
He continued by saying, “Get well soon, and we shall hit fours and sixes together.”
Ishan Kishan, who keeps wickets and bats, and Shubman Gill, who opens the batting, both sent well wishes for a swift recovery to the 25-year-old sensation.
“I’d like to extend my best wishes for a swift recovery, on behalf of the Indian cricket squad. It is common knowledge that you will prevail in the end. Hoping to see you soon. Many hugs and kisses, “said Gill.
According to the Director of the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA), Shyam Sharma, Pant “is doing well and has been relocated to a private suite due to concern of infection.” Sharma made this revelation on Monday.
“Because we are concerned about the spread of illness, we have requested that his family and the administration of the hospital move him to a private room. He is making progress and will be back to normal shortly “said Sharma to ANI.
On Sunday, the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Pushkar Singh Dhami, made the announcement that the state government will provide all assistance for the treatment of the 25-year-old man who was seriously injured in a road accident near Roorkee on December 30 while he was on his way to surprise his mother. The accident occurred while the man was on his way to surprise his mother.
At the time of the collision, Pant was apparently driving alone in the vehicle and had dozed off while behind the wheel.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) released a statement in cooperation with the Max Hospital Dehradun, where the batsman is now being treated, stating that the player sustained two wounds on his forehead, as well as a ligament tear in his right knee, ankle, toe, and back.
On Saturday, Sharma raised some worries about the large number of people who have been coming to the hospital to get a sight of the cricketer Rishabh Pant, who is now receiving treatment there.
“People who are planning to meet Pant are strongly discouraged from doing so because there is a risk of infection. Because there is a risk of infection for Pant, there should be no movement of VIPs toward meeting him, and individuals who are visiting him should avoid doing so as well “Sharma said while speaking to ANI over the phone.
Pant just avoided death in the near-fatal accident that occurred on December 30, but he suffered a number of injuries, including burns, that will force him to undergo reconstructive surgery. If necessary, he could be airlifted to Delhi.
Accident befell him when he was driving back to Roorkee from Delhi when his vehicle was involved in a collision with a divider on the Narsan boundary of Roorkee, close to Hammadpur Jhal.
According to the BCCI, Pant has two cuts on his forehead, a ligament tear in his right knee, as well as injuries to his right wrist, ankle, and toe, as well as abrasion injuries on his back.