Bhartiya Cricket control board (BCCI) has airlifted injured Rishabh Pant from Dehradun. It happened a few hours ago. The decision was taken by the BCCI. Bhartiya Cricket control board secretary Jay Shah says this after a press conference. Jay Shah has asked the Board officials to send an air ambulance today. The injured Rishabh Pant needs ligament surgery. It is quick news that Rishabh Pant was Airlifted from Dehradun to Mumbai. The chief secretary is meeting today 4th January with the medical board. The Medical team has given updates on the health situation of Pant, who escaped from a car accident on 30 December.

The current decision was certified by the BCCI and doctors of Max Hospital of Dehradun. Rishabh Pant has got too much injury after the car accident. The 25-year-old wicket-keeper needs better treatment for different injuries. The road accident on the Delhi-Derhadun Highway affected Rishabh Pant very badly. The BCCI make a plan to shift Rishabh’s pants to Mumbai.

Rishabh Pant will be moved to Mumbai for treatment of the ligament tear on his right knee. It is a very bad accident that happened to him. Pant will be out of the Delhi IPL team if he is not fit. The following situation says that it could take at least six to eight months to fit. Pant will be brought to Mumbai in an air ambulance today. It has a chance he would be admitted to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital.

The ligament treatment will be decided by the doctors. The Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital doctors will be given updates after reports. A special Air Ambulance is a good idea for transporting Pant to Mumbai.

The BCCI medical team watches closly every health news of Pant. He suffered two cuts on his forehead and ankle, and also a toe injury on his right wrist. He also faces a back injury as well in a car accident. The ligament tear on his right knee in the near-fatal accident. We hope he will make come back soon. Join the online cricket hub for the latest update.