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Was Rishabh Panth Robbed after His Car Collision? Here are 2 Distinct Views of the Story

  • Posted on January 3, 2023
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  • By Akta Yadav
 Rishabh Panth Robbed after His Car Collision:-
Rishabh Panth, a wicketkeeper and batsman, was badly injured in a car collision. The burning of the car on Friday early morning, shocking Indian cricket enthusiasts. Rishabh Panth was immediately rescued by a bus driver and admitted to the nearest hospital.  After surviving from a serious car accident on his way from Delhi to Uttarakhand, it's seeming like his rebirth. The 25-year-old batsman, who was travelling to meet his mother and unfortunately got unconscious. The bus driver helped him to get out of his car by cracking the windscreen. Locals allegedly looted the cricketer's belongings after the unfortunate incident, according to reports on social media.  Rishabh Panth Robbed after His Car Collision Rishabh Panth Robbed after His Car Collision   The cricketer's mother received all of his belongings, which had been managed to gather by those who had protected him and accumulated those, as per Haridwar Police. Just after SP Dehat reached the location shortly after the serious injury, he stated with witness statements and discovered that Rishabh Panth's belongings had not been recovered or looted. According to the policemen were present there, all of his belongings including some clothes in a bag were burnt.  However according Uttarakhand DGP PS Ashok Kumar, the rumor that individuals were taking away Rishabh Panth's belongings is false. Kindly place a stop before them who are spreading such rumors.     Rishabh Panth Robbed after His Car Collision Rishabh Panth Robbed after His Car Collision-Rishabh Panth Robbed after His Car Collision Panth was travelling the Mercedes when it struck with the perimeter fence in Narsan and burst into flames. He was the only individual in the car when it collided with a road divider and caught fire. Panth faced two serious injury in his forehead, a torn ligament in his right leg, and injuries to his right wrist, lower leg, toe, and backside, according to the Board of Council for Cricket in India (BCCI), reported in a Statement.
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