Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant, who was injured in a car accident, was shifted from Dehradun to Mumbai. On December 30, Pant’s car hit a divider and burnt completely, but the cricketer escaped with injuries. As a result, Pant was admitted to Max Hospital in Dehradun and treated. On Wednesday, on the initiative of the BCCI, Pant was being shifted by air ambulance to the Kokila Ban Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Research Institute in Mumbai for further treatment, the BCCI said in a statement. Earlier, the director of Delhi and District Cricket Board (DDCA) told ANI that Pant will be shifted to Mumbai for further treatment. It seems that Pant was discharged from Max Hospital around 1 pm on Wednesday. Pant ligament injury will be treated at Kokilaben Hospital. BCCI announced that all arrangements have been made to move Pant to Mumbai. BCCI secretary Jai Shah said that Pant is a very important player and the board will bear his medical expenses. The BCCI announced that Pant will be under the supervision of Dr. Dinsha Pardiwala, Head of the Center for Sports Medicine, and Direct – Orthoscopy & Shoulder Service at Kokilaben Hospital. Pant will undergo knee ligament surgery in Mumbai. The board said that the BCCI medical team will oversee his recovery and rehabilitation. BCCI reiterated that they will support Pant in all ways. At Dehradun’s Max Hospital, Pant’s visits increased. A large number of VIPs were coming to see Pant without reason of visiting hours and he was in need of rest. So instead of keeping Rishabh there and bothering him, the Pant Kutum members felt that it would be better to shift him to Mumbai. That’s why they agreed when BCCI told them to shift Pant to Mumbai. Rishabh Pant will have to undergo surgery for a ligament injury. Pant needs at least 3 to 6 months of rest depending on the severity of the injury. With this, there is a possibility that Pant will miss the next IPL season as well as the 4-Test series against Australia on home soil as part of the Border Gavaskar Trophy.
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