Pant "is in high spirits and responding well to treatment... He underwent a plastic surgery on his left eyebrow where he suffered a cut in the accident"
The pair is already out of the third and final Test against South Africa at Sydney.
Former captain Kane Williamson survived two stumping attempts against spinner Nauman Ali and overturned an lbw ruling against mystery slow bowler Abrar Ahmed to reach 66 not out at the break.
Pakistan's skipper was unbeaten on 161 as the home team looked to lift from last week's 3-0 loss at the hands of England, their first-ever whitewash at home.
The 31-year-old all-rounder is also not happy with a lot of different squads being selected and players being rested because of the abundance of cricket being played.
All-rounder Cameroon Green's maiden five-wicket haul triggered yet another batting collapse for South Africa, reducing them to just 189 in the first innings of the second Test.
With nine scores less than 20 in his last 18 innings, the stand-in skipper's place in the team might have to be discussed even if India chase down the target on Sunday.
While the former Indian captain turned the clock in T20Is, there has to be a proper conversation about his problems in red-ball cricket.
The 36-year-old Broad is back after missing the recent 3-0 test series sweep in Pakistan for the birth of his first child.
Gary Stead expects spin to play a prominent role from Monday when the first test against New Zealand starts.
Iyer also defended himself for getting out while playing a sweep shot, saying he went with his natural instincts.
Trailing by 87 runs, Bangladesh were seven for no loss at stumps on Day 2.
'Why does this happen so often to Kuldeep Yadav? You can't be doing this to him again and again,' Ganesh, who played four Tests, asked on social media.
Kuldeep was left out for the second and final Test here as the Rahul Dravid-coached side opted for an extra pacer in Jaydev Unadkat.
India's stand-in captain KL Rahul said it was a difficult decision to keep Kuldeep out but he had confidence that Ravichandran Ashwin and Axar Patel will do a good job.
Despite Rahul’s injury concerns, India are hoping to finish the year on a high in second Test
The three matches, played in Rawalpindi, Multan and Karachi, saw spectators give a huge thumbs up to Test cricket, even though the hosts lost the series 0-3.
The first Test presented a golden opportunity for the likes of Shubman Gill and Kuldeep Yadav and they made it count.
England is chasing a rare 3-0 clean sweep in its first tour to Pakistan in 17 years after winning the first two tests by 74 and 26 runs respectively
England, having a decisive 2-0 lead in its first test tour to Pakistan in 17 years, still trails by 164 on a wicket where the ball has already started keeping low and the spinners continue to prosper.