Rishabh Pant Accident: Rishabh Pant still battling these diseases, airlifted from Dehradun to Mumbai
Indian Cricketer Rishabh Pant was taken to Mumbai for the treatment of ligament injury. The condition of Rishabh Pant, who was injured in the car accident, is continuously improving. But there is still pain and swelling in some parts of his body. For which he is being given pain management therapy. According to the information received, cricketer Rishabh Pant will be shifted to Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai for further treatment. It is being told that the BCCI has given consent for this.
Let us tell you that the controversies that have arisen regarding the reason behind the accident of cricketer Rishabh Pant’s car have not been resolved yet. Why did the car hit the divider? There have been different statements regarding this. First a statement came from the director of DDCA and then the Chief Minister also. In this, the pit was said to be the cause of the accident. Amidst the controversies, when the NHAI team went to the spot, they said that there was no crater at the accident site. The team also said that no patchwork has been done on the spot.
Significantly, after the car accident, cricketer Rishabh Pant informed the doctors that he had a nap. The police administration was also assuming the same thing, but DDCA director Shyam Sharma, who reached Max Hospital, Dehradun, had informed that in the conversation with Rishabh, information was received that the accident happened due to a pothole. And after this, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami also met Rishabh Pant to know his condition.
Later talking to reporters, the Chief Minister had said that Rishabh had told that something like a pit had come to the fore. After this the accident happened. Apart from this, many things had come to the fore regarding the causes of the accident.
In this regard, the Crash Investigation Unit of NHAI and Save Life Foundation Delhi has also conducted on-the-spot investigations several times. Amidst these controversies, NHAI has clarified that there was no pothole.
NHAI project director PS Gursain said that there is no pothole where the car met with an accident. Also, no patchwork has been done here in the past. For this, the team has also inspected and investigated.