Imrul Kayes’ father badly injured in road accident

Imrul Kayes’ father badly injured in road accident

He was then taken to the Kushtia Medical College Hospital for better treatment.

Imrul Kayes and his father
Imrul Kayes and his father. (Photo Source: bdcrictime.com)

Bangladesh batsman Imrul Kayes’ father, Bani Amin Bishwas, 60, has been critically injured in a dreadful road accident. The horrific incident took place on Monday, March 23 at 10 AM in front of the Shahiuddin Degree College on Meherpur-Kathuli road of the upazila. The locals then came to his rescue and rushed him to the Meherpur General Hospital.

He was later admitted and the doctors confirmed that he copped a blow on the ear and one of his legs was broken. He was then taken to the Kushtia Medical College Hospital for better treatment where Kayes took him. Kayes asked the netizens to whole-heartedly pray for his father.

“In the morning, my father was seriously injured in an accident. He suffered a lot of pain in the legs, hands and left ear.  Due to the deterioration of the situation, I brought my father to Dhaka. Please everyone pray for my father. May God heal him fast,” Kayes was quoted as saying in BDcrictime.

Regarding the accident, it has been learned that Kayes’ father was injured in a massive collision with a human hauler near at Shahiuddin Degree College. As per Shah Dara Khan, the Officer-in-Charge of the Sadar Police Station, the 60-year-old Bishwas was on his way to Meherpur from his home in Ujjalpur village of Meherpur upazila.

Imrul Kayes out of Bangladesh team

Kayes hasn’t had a great time of late on the cricket field. The left-handed batsman was picked for the Test series in India, but poor performances didn’t help his cause by any means. He was subsequently left out for the tour of Pakistan.

The 33-year-old was a part of the Chattogram Challengers in the 2020 edition of the Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) and he stepped up. In 13 matches, he managed 442 runs at an average of 49.11 with a strike-rate of 132.33.

He got four half-centuries with a top score of 67 against champions Rajshahi Royals at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. In the month of February, Kayes took part in the Bangladesh Cricket league (BPL). In the event, he got 162 runs at an average of 32.40 with a highest score of 76.