Rishabh Pant came out of ICU
Pant came out of ICU: Suspense on knee, ankle and thumb injury, Pandya prayed for safety
Team India's wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant, who was injured in a car accident, has come out of the ICU. However, suspense remains on his knee, ankle and thumb injuries. His MRI scan could not be done. The reason is, blood has accumulated in these three places and there is swelling. Indian cricket fans are praying for Pant's recovery.
Now Team India captain Hardik Pandya has said with the hope of Pant's speedy recovery - 'If Pant had not had an accident, he could have made a big difference in the Test series against Australia.'
Before the first match of the India-Sri Lanka T20 series, Hardik Pandya said, 'A terrible accident happened with Pant. No one has control over such an accident. Everyone as a team is praying for his speedy recovery.
Hardik further said, 'Pant is very important for Team India. Had he been fit, he would have made a big difference to the team. He is crucial for the 4 Test series against Australia in India. But this time the situation is different, his safety is our priority.
Pant was going by car on the morning of 30 December to surprise his mother in Roorkee, Uttarakhand. Then his car met with an accident after hitting the divider. Pant somehow came out of the car without life-threatening injuries. Whereas, his car was badly burnt.
After emergency treatment at the hospital in Roorkee, he was shifted to Max Hospital in Dehradun. Where he is being treated in the private ward. He was still in ICU. In the initial reports, the talk of injury in his 3rd ligament is coming to the fore.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has made a panel of its doctors for the treatment of Pant. Who is constantly taking Pant's reports from the doctors of Max Hospital? Both the panels together are currently treating Pant.