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Rishabh Pant’s treatment will be handled by BCCI, and the player may be flown to the United Kingdom: Report

According to a Delhi & District Cricket Association (DDCA) official on Wednesday, “The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will take care of the further treatment of Star India cricketer Rishabh Pant, and board secretary Jay Shah himself will keep a close eye on it.”

Pant’s further treatment will be taken into consideration by BCCI now. Jay Shah himself will watch out for his treatment. The DDCA official told ANI that the board would send him to the UK if necessary.

Pant will be transferred to Mumbai: Shyam Sharma

According to DDCA director Shyam Sharma, Pant, who was involved in a car accident on December 30 and is currently receiving treatment at a private hospital in Dehradun, will be transferred to Mumbai today for additional treatment.

“His mother has been in touch with me. “We will transfer him to Mumbai for additional assistance with his ligament tear,” Sharma informed ANI.

In an effort to pay tribute to those who assisted cricketer Rishabh Pant during the accident, Uttarakhand Director General of Police Ashok Kumar stated on Tuesday that the police are recording the names and contact information of all passersby, including conductor Paramjeet Nain and bus driver Sushil Kumar of Haryana Roadways.

The DGP informed ANI that Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has already made an announcement regarding this.

Dhami made the announcement on Sunday that his government will honor the driver and owner of Haryana Roadways on Republic Day for saving the life of cricket star Rishabh Pant.

After going up in flames on the Delhi-Dehradun highway and hitting a divider, the Cricketer’s car rolled several times in front of them. When they dealt with the emergency, the employees of Haryana Roadways demonstrated their tenacity.”

The 25-year-old man, who was on his way to surprise his mother when he was seriously injured in a road accident near Roorkee on December 30, will receive all assistance from the state government, CM Dhami said.

Pant was driving by himself in the vehicle when the accident occurred

Pant was driving by himself in the vehicle when the accident occurred, according to reports. The cricketer got away from the close lethal mishap on December 30, with consume wounds among others that will require plastic medical procedures and he could be carried to Delhi whenever required.

He was in an accident on his way back from Delhi to Roorkee when his car hit a wall near Hammadpur Jhal on the Narcan border of Roorkee.

The cricketer sustained two cuts to his forehead and a ligament tear to his right knee, ankle, toe, and back, according to a statement released by the Board of Control

Shyam Sharma, director of the DDCA, expressed concern on Saturday regarding the number of people coming to the hospital to see cricketer Rishabh Pant, who is being treated there.

The BCCI had declared: pant has two cuts on his forehead, a tendon tear in his right knee, and has also harmed his right wrist, lower leg, and toe

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