IPL perfect prediction 2023: BCCI orders pants to fly to Mumbai

The Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI) has decided to airlift the injured Rishabh Pants from Derhadun. The decision was made on Wednesday (January 4) by BCCI Director Jay Shah at a briefing with the board’s medical team on the health of Punt, who miraculously escaped a car accident.

The decision comes after it was confirmed by BCCI and doctors at Max’s Hospital in Delhadden that the 25-year-old man is recovering from various injuries sustained in his December 30 Delhi-Delhadden highway traffic accident. was broken. Pants will move to Mumbai on Wednesday.

The Shah requested board officials to send an air ambulance to transport Punt to Mumbai for treatment of a torn ligament in his right knee. As previously reported by Cribbuzz, Pant has confirmed that he has been inactive in the game for an extended period of time, with people following his status suggesting it could last for at least six months. says there is.

Doctors at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital will decide further treatment. While the report is being filed, Cricbuzz understands that a special ambulance will be organized to transport the punt to Mumbai.

According to the BCCI medical team, Pant suffered two lacerations to his forehead, injuries to his right wrist, ankle and toes, and a torn ligament in his right knee, as well as a scrape on his back in the fatal accident. Immediately after the accident, Shah assembled a medical team and advised the medical staff at Delhadun Hospital not to treat the torn ligaments. BCCI is responsible for the treatment of this disease and it is currently being done in Mumbai.

Apart from being a proven winner for the Indian side, BCCI have shown a sense of urgency over Punt, a Class A cricketer on the centrally signed BCCI roster. The decision was made after a review meeting held under the Shah on Wednesday, after it was felt the punt was fit to transfer.

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