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PM Modi is said to be “distressed” by Rishabh Pant’s car accident and “prays” for his quick recovery

Distressed by Rishabh Pant’s unfortunate accident. I ask God to grant him good health and happiness. “@RishabhPant17,” PM Modi tweeted. After India wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant was involved in an accident on the Delhi-Dehradun highway on Friday morning. Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his grief, irritated by Rishabh Pant’s unfortunate accident.

I ask God to grant him good health and happiness. PM Modi, who lost his mother earlier in the day, tweeted “@RishabhPant17.” According to Haridwar Senior Superintendent of Police Ajai Singh, Pant sustained two cuts on his forehead. Collided with a road divider, and then burst into flames.

Pant is reportedly safe at the Max Hospital in Dehradun, where he is receiving treatment right now. At the Saksham Hospital in Roorkee, he received immediate care. One of India’s best cricketers, Pant, was traveling to his hometown of Roorkee with his family to ring in the new year. He had just returned from celebrating Christmas with friends in the UAE. Where he had been active in India’s 2-0 Test series victory over Bangladesh.

Around 5:30 in the morning, the cricketer is said to have fallen asleep and lost control of his vehicle. He claimed that the cricketer was assisted in exiting. The burning vehicle by the bus’s driver and other employees of Haryana Roadways. Adding that the accident had completely charred the vehicle. “Friday morning at 5.30 a.m., Pant’s vehicle collided with a wall in Manglaur, which is in the district of Haridwar.

According to the police, “he was rushed to the nearby Saksham hospital in Roorkee. Where he was later referred to Max Hospital in Dehradun.” “Rishabh has injuries to his right wrist, ankle, and toe, two cuts on his forehead, and a tear in the ligament in his right knee.” He also has abrasion injuries to his back. Rishabh has been sent to Max Hospital in Dehradun.

His condition has not changed. Although Pant was not included in India’s limited-overs squads for the home series beginning on January 3. Against Sri Lanka, the left-handed attacking batsman was anticipated to play a significant role in India’s defense. Of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia at home. Pant’s availability for the four-match Test series that begins in February 2023 is currently unknown.

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