Fans upset about Pant’s condition are repeatedly calling the BCCI office

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Rishabh’s fans are calling BCCI to find out about her condition.

India’s star player and goalkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant is admitted to Max Hospital in Dehradun after a car accident on Friday. Rishabh’s accident at the end of the year shook all the fans inside. Fans were upset all day Friday morning with this news. Please tell them that the number of Rishabh Pant followers is very high in India. Rishabh Pant has been the first choice of BCCI and fans since MS Dhoni’s retirement. In such a situation, he is a cause for concern for fans. In this dangerous accident, Rishabh was lucky to survive. BCCI is constantly monitoring the condition of Rishabh. Fans repeatedly turn to the news and the internet for their updates, but some fans have crossed the line.

Upset BCCI

To find out about the status of Rishabh Pant, the fans came up with a new idea and started calling the BCCI headquarters in Mumbai. According to a report in Indian Express, this has been confirmed. The fans are trying to call the BCCI office to find out which hospital Rishabh is admitted to and how is his condition. Some fans have crossed the line. He is also trying to get information on whether or not Rishabh will be part of the team in the series against Australia. On Saturday, the DDCA director met Rishabh and gave him a big update on his health and said there is no need to airlift him to Delhi. Rishabh’s condition is now stable and he is under the supervision of doctors.

How bad is Pant’s injury, when will he be fit?

Let us tell you that Rishabh Pant has head and knee injuries. Although the BCCI is very concerned about his knee injury. BCCI officials met with the doctors treating Rishabh at Max Hospital and told them that BCCI’s medical team will take care of him. Right now, Rishabh’s mother and some of his friends are present at the hospital. Rishabh Pant has a right knee injury and the severity of it will be known through an MRI or additional tests. Currently, a ligament injury takes two to six months to heal. If this happens, Pant may miss out on the Border-Gavaskar Trophy or even the first few matches of the IPL. But at this point it will be too soon to say anything before the final medical report on it arrives.

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