Rishabh Pant: Was Rishabh Pant’s cash and jewelery stolen after the accident? The police who told the real truth Uttarakhand police gives clarity on Rishabh Pant cash stolen rumors after the accident Telugu Cricket News

While everyone was shocked by the incident, the news that Pant’s money and goods were stolen made them even more shocked. There is a big discussion on this in social media. The netizens are demanding an inquiry into the matter along with the accident.

Team India wicket keeper Rishabh Pant met with a road accident in the early hours of Friday (December 30). The car he was traveling in hit the railing at high speed and caught fire. Pant was seriously injured in this accident. He was immediately shifted to Max Hospital in Dehradun. Meanwhile, Pant’s luxury car was completely burnt in the accident. While everyone was shocked by this incident, the news that Pant’s money and goods were stolen made them even more shocked. There is a big discussion on this in social media. The netizens are demanding an inquiry into the matter along with the accident. They want to investigate and take action against those who are committing thefts so that such incidents do not happen again. After this matter reached the Uttarakhand police, they revealed the real truth.

Going into the details, when the car in which Pant was traveling met with an accident, some locals and a bus driver noticed it. They covered him with a blanket and took him away from the car. After that, the ambulance was informed and taken to the hospital. But in the meantime, there was a rumor that some youths had robbed the cash and some items from Pant. But Uttarakhand Police says all these are rumours. Immediately after the accident, the belongings belonging to Pant were handed over to his family members, police said. Immediately after the incident, local people reached the spot and informed the SP. After the first treatment at the hospital, Rishabh Pant himself told the SP that except for one bag, all the other things in the car were burnt. The Haridwar police claimed that the suitcase, cash, bracelet and chain recovered from the incident site were given to Pant’s mother in the hospital. The police have concluded that there is no truth in the news that Pant’s jewelery and cash were stolen after the accident.

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