Balasore; News Agency: After visiting the accident site in Odisha’s Balasore, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was shocked to see the scene. Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister said that the accident was very painful and ordered an immediate inquiry into the matter and announced that the culprits would be dealt with severely. He assured that the government will not leave any fault in the treatment of the injured. (Odisha train collision)
The Prime Minister was monitoring the situation since the news of the accident came to light. After holding a high-level meeting in Delhi in the morning, he left for Odisha. After arriving at Balasore, a special helicopter of the Air Force reached the crash site at Bahanga Bazar. There he first took information about the accident from Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav. Inspected the ongoing relief work at the accident site. He held discussions with local administration, NDRF, railway officials there. ANI reported that the Prime Minister instructed the Cabinet Secretary and the Health Minister to pay personal attention to the injured and their families. The families of those who lost their loved ones in the accident were strongly warned to take special care and help them. (Odisha train collision)
After this, Prime Minister Modi visited Fakir Mohan Hospital, Balasore. He inquired earnestly about the injured who were being treated there and assured them of all possible help. Speaking to the media, Prime Minister Modi said that the Balasore train accident is very painful. The government will not make any mistake for the treatment of the injured in this accident. This accident is very serious and it has been ordered to be investigated by all departments. Convicts will be severely punished. Railway is working to smooth the railway track. Modi said that he went to the hospital and inquired about the injured.
Prime Minister reviewed
A high-level meeting was held in New Delhi on Saturday morning under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to review the Balasore train accident in Odisha. In this meeting, the Prime Minister was informed about the railway accident. Union Home Minister Amit Shah and senior railway officials were present in the meeting. After the meeting, the Prime Minister left for the spot. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister had expressed grief after the train accident on Friday itself. Help has been announced for those who died and seriously injured in the accident.
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