‘Not just a cricketer…’: Rishabh Pant’s first post after car crash has internet bursting with admiration


Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant has addressed the public for the first time since his horrific accident on December 30. Pant took to Twitter Monday evening to say his “road to recovery had begun” and thanked the BCCI, Jay Shah and government authorities for their “incredible support”.

In his first public post, Pant named two individuals, Rajat Kumar and Nishu Kumar, and said he would be “forever grateful and indebted” to them for ensuring he was taken to hospital safely.

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“I may not have been able to thank everyone individually, but I must thank these two heroes who helped me through my accident and ensured that I arrived safely at the hospital. Rajat Kumar and Nishu Kumar, thank you. I will be eternally grateful beings and debts,” wrote Pant.

This message from Pant has received much love, support and well wishes from all over the world. The Tweet has been retweeted more than 5,000 times to date and has more than 545.7,000 views.

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A Twitter user named Ceteris Paribus wrote, “Nice. Rajat Kumar and Nishu Kumar must be very nice people.” another commented: “Great job bro @RishabhPant17… Not only have you shown yourself to be a good cricketer… you’re also a great human being.”

Read: Rishabh Pant’s first social media post since the horrific car accident, read here



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