Bhuvaneshwar: Mobile phones of six railway employees seized in Odisha train disaster. The mobile phone and other electronic devices were seized by the CBI.
It will be checked whether the fault in the interlocking signal system is the only cause of the accident. The aim is to complete the investigation and submit the report as soon as possible.
CBI sources said that the loco pilot of Coromandel Express will be questioned and six persons, including the former station master, have been questioned. CBI will take statements of more names in the train disaster. Technical checks will also be carried out as there are suspicions, including the possibility of sabotage.
The government has announced that 80 more bodies are yet to be identified in the Balasore train disaster in Odisha. 200 people injured in the accident are undergoing treatment in various hospitals. Many of them are in serious condition. Even on the sixth day after the accident, many people are reaching the hospitals in search of their relatives.
DNA tests are being done to identify the bodies. The opposition parties demanded that financial assistance be provided to the families of the victims as soon as possible. Meanwhile, the CBI continues its investigation. CBI will take statements of more names in the train disaster. Meanwhile, the CBI continues its investigation. CBI will take statements of more names in the train disaster.
This is the worst train disaster the country has seen in three decades. According to reports, around 288 people were killed and 1,100 injured in the accident . The accident occurred when Bengaluru-Howrah Superfast Express, Shalimar-Chennai Central Coromandel Express and goods train collided. The Railway Minister explained that the Odisha train disaster was caused by a change in electronic interlocking.