BCCI should support Psychologically to Rishabh Pant apart from financial help :Abhinav Bindra

Abhinav Bindra

India’s star wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant who met with an accident near Dehradun highway is on the road to recovery as the talented batter suffered a ligament injury apart from financial help BCCI is also in constant touch with the medical team and providing all support to him.

The latest to join this discussion is Abhinav Bindra (Olympic Gold Medalist) said that BCCI is helping Pant to come out of this phase and board should provide Psychological support to the wicketkeeper-batsman.

The star player has been airlifted to Mumbai from Dehradun so that his ligament injury can be treated well.

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Rishabh Pant

“Wonderful that the board is looking after Rishabh’s recovery. Must also provide psychological support as part of the healing and recovery process!” Bindra tweeted.

Abhinav Bindra has been instrumental in uplifting Indian sports as he runs Bindra Sports Medicine and Research Institute(ABSMARI)  is one of Kind institute for Physiotherapy in the country with a world class laboratory focusing on biomechanical aspect is Bhubneshwar.

“He will be admitted to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Medical Research Institute and will be under the direct supervision of Dr Dinshaw Pardiwala, Head – the Centre for Sports Medicine, and Director – Arthroscopy & Shoulder Service at the hospital,” BCCI secretary Jay Shah said in a statement earlier in the day.

“Rishabh will undergo surgery and subsequent procedures for ligament tears and will continue to be monitored by the BCCI Medical Team throughout his recovery and rehabilitation.

“The Board will make every effort to aid and expedite the recovery process of Rishabh and will provide him with all the support he needs during this period,” he added.

Pant will be expected to miss upcoming Bilateral series against Australia and also IPL 2023 for Delhi Capitals. Based on reports from different media outlets, Pant will be out from International cricket for 1 year.