Statement of former chief selector regarding Rishabh Pant, said- It felt as if something had happened to my real son
The statement of former chief selector MSK Prasad regarding Rishabh Pant has come to the fore. Regarding Pant’s car crash, he has said that I felt as if something had happened to my real son. Pant’s surgery has been done in Mumbai.
Former India chief selector MSK Prasad was deeply saddened by the car accident of veteran cricketer Rishabh Pant, who is on his way to recovery after three successful surgeries in Mumbai. Indian wicket-keeper batsman Pant had a narrow escape in a horrific car accident in December last year. Pant, who is the captain of the Delhi Capitals franchise but will not be able to play in the 2023 edition of IPL due to injury.
One of the most talented cricketers in world cricket, wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant suffered multiple injuries when his Mercedes car crashed on the Delhi-Dehradun highway on December 30. Sharing his thoughts about the injured cricketer amid these difficult times, former chief selector MSK Prasad released an emotional statement regarding Pant.
Speaking to rediff.com, MSK Prasad said, “I feel very sorry for Rishabh Pant, it feels like something has happened to my own son. It feels painful, because we have made international appearances from under-19 We have seen him grow up in front of our eyes and to see that terrible accident is painful not only for him and his family but also for all the people who have supported him and who have been with him Huh.”
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The Indian cricketer was first admitted to a hospital in Dehradun before coming to Mumbai for further treatment. He has undergone three surgeries in Mumbai. Pant, 25, was airlifted from Dehradun to Mumbai. On Monday, Pant issued the first statement after his accident. “I would like to thank all my fans, teammates, doctors and physios from the bottom of my heart,” Pant said.