Rishabh Pant has had some little work done on his forehead by way of plastic surgery. According to DDCA director Shyam Sharma, who spoke with NDTV, he is currently in a stable condition and is no longer in danger.
On Friday morning, the Indian wicketkeeper-batter was riding in his Mercedes Benz as he was travelling from Delhi to Dehradun when he was involved in a terrible accident.
After hitting a divider, his vehicle burst into flames. Pant was fortunate enough to get out of the car in time, but he ended up tearing a ligament in his right knee and suffering cuts above his forehead as a result of the accident.
“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.
On the route between Delhi and Dehradun, high-end vehicle driver Rishabh Pant narrowly avoided certain death when his vehicle collided with a road barrier and took fire. Reports indicate that he had fallen asleep while behind the wheel.
According to a report from the news agency PTI, Pant’s condition has shown “significant improvement” in the hours following the plastic surgery procedure on the forehead that he underwent.
According to Umesh Kumar, a close family aide, who spoke to PTI on behalf of the family, “there are no imminent plans to relocate him anyplace as his condition has improved dramatically since yesterday.”
Shyam Sharma was also pleased with the care that was provided to the famous cricket player at the institution.
“The medical professionals here are taking very good care of him (Pant). Additionally, the BCCI is in communication with them to obtain up-to-date information on his health. As of right now, he would be held only at this location, “Sharma was quoted as saying to the reporters after his meeting with the player.
Pant was reportedly planning to visit Roorkee so that he could spend time with his family, as stated by SK Singh, the Superintendent of Police in Haridwar (Rural). He went on to say that Pant was the one who caused the accident by dozing off behind the wheel a kilometre in front of Narsan on the way to Roorkee.
On the route connecting Delhi and Dehradun, Pant was the only passenger in the vehicle when it was involved in the accident.
Photos taken at the scene show that the vehicle was found in a severely damaged state as a result of the fire.