On Monday, the Director of the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) Shyam Sharma said that India’s top wicketkeeper-batter Rishabh Pant “is doing well and has been relocated to a private room due to concern of infection.”
“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.
According to a statement released by the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) in collaboration with the Max Hospital Dehradun, the location where the cricketer is currently being treated, the player sustained injuries including two cuts on his forehead, a ligament tear in his right knee, as well as injuries on his right wrist, 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.
On Saturday, Shyam Sharma made his way to the Max Hospital in Dehradun in order to meet with Pant. Sharma said: “He is doing well and maintaining his stability.
Our medical staff at BCCI maintains communication with the local medical staff. Jay Shah is following it. As of right now, he will continue to be permitted entry here. He said to me that at the time of the collision, he was attempting to avoid damaging his vehicle by driving over a pothole.”
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.
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.
Additionally, on Friday, a statement was made by the Board of Control for Cricket in India, which read, “Pant has two cuts on his forehead, a torn ligament in his right knee, as well as injuries to his right wrist, ankle, and toe, and he has abrasions all over his back.
According to a statement that was distributed to the media by the BCCI, Rishabh’s health is currently stable, and he has been moved to Max Hospital in Dehradun, where he will undergo MRI scans to determine the extent of his injuries and to determine the next steps in his treatment.”