NEWS Rishabh Pant issues first statement after accident

Rishabh Pant issues first statement after accident

Rishabh Pant issued a statement on Twitter after the crash, thanking fans, BCCI and medical team for their support.

In the early hours of December 30, Pant was involved in a traffic accident while driving from Roorkee to New Delhi.

Witnesses and video that later surfaced showed Panter’s car on fire, but he was able to escape. The BCCI confirmed that the left-hander sustained injuries to his head, back and feet. He suffered two cuts to his forehead, torn ligaments in his right knee, injuries to his right wrist, ankle, toe and abrasions on his back.

BCCI then arranged for Pant to be transferred from Dehradun to Mumbai for further treatment.

The latest news is that Pant will undergo surgery and follow-up surgery for the torn ligament he suffered and will be monitored by the BCCI medical team.

“The board will do everything it can to help and expedite Rishabh’s recovery process and will provide him with all the support he needs during this time,” the statement said.

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Panter has now issued his first statement since the accident, saying his surgery was a success and he is preparing for a long road to recovery. He also thanked people from all walks of life for their support throughout the process.

Pant tweeted: “I am humbled and grateful for all the support and best wishes. I’m happy to tell you that my surgery was a success. The road to recovery has begun and I am ready for the challenges ahead.Thank you BCCI, Jay Shah and strong support from government authorities. ”

He continued in another tweet, “From the bottom of my heart I would also like to thank all my fans, teammates, doctors and physios for your kind words and encouragement. Looking forward to seeing you on the pitch.”

While no timetable has been provided for Pant’s return to cricket, he is yet to be named in Australia’s first two Test squads for the tour in India in February and March.

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