So far 233 people have lost their lives and 900 are injured in train accident in India

So far 233 people have lost their lives and 900 are injured in train accidents.
PM Modi expressed grief over the train accident. Financial assistance of Rs 10 lakh will be provided to the relatives of the people killed in the train accident and Rs 2 lakh to the seriously injured.
Coromandel Express crashed near Bahanaga railway station in Balasore district of Odisha. 900 passengers were injured in the accident. The injured are undergoing treatment and more than 233 people have died.

Two trains derailed at Bahana station in Balasore district. Several coaches of the Coromandel Express derailed after the Bengaluru-Howrah Superfast Express came under the grip of two derailed coaches. Expressing grief over the Odisha train accident, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted, "Distressed by the train accident in Odisha. My thoughts are with the bereaved families in this hour of grief. Injured get well soon.

At the same time, PM Modi spoke to Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik regarding the accident. The PM also spoke to Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav. Rescue work is going on at the accident site and all possible help is being given to the affected people. Rs 10 lakh to the next of kin of those killed in the accident, Rs 2 lakh to the seriously injured and Rs 50,000 to the minorly injured. Assistance will be provided. At the same time, apart from the team of NDRF, along with the teams of the state government, the Air Force is also engaged in relief and rescue work.

At the same time, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has left for the spot. Some trains have been canceled due to the accident, while the route of many trains has been diverted.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted that the train accident in Balasore, Odisha is very painful. NDRF team has already reached the accident site. My condolences to the bereaved families, wishing speedy recovery to the injured. Odisha Chief Minister directed Minister Pramila Malik and Special Relief Commissioner to reach the accident site immediately.

Minister and SRC are going towards the spot. Two trains derailed at Bahana station in Balasore district. Several coaches of the Coromandel Express derailed after the Bengaluru-Howrah Superfast Express came under the grip of two derailed coaches. Over 300 passengers were rescued, with over 500 still stranded.

Late in the night, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik reviewed the accident situation and rescue operations at the Special Relief Commissioner (SRC) control room. However, teams have left for the spot for search and rescue operations. The Collector of Balasore has also been directed to reach the spot to make all necessary arrangements and inform the SRC if any additional help is required from the state level. It is being told that till now 50 ambulances had reached the spot.

Let us tell you that 12841 Shalimar - Madras Coromandel Express leaves Shalimar at 3.20 pm and reaches MG Ramachandran Central Railway Station (Chennai) at 4.50 pm the next day. The train met with an accident near Balasore and let us tell you that the arrival time of the train at Balasore is 6.32 pm.

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