YSR Jagan Mohan Reddy, the chief minister, has given ₹ 10 lakh in financial support for the families of the deceased. Passengers with mild injuries would receive ₹ 50,000, while those with major injuries will receive ₹ 2.5 lakh.
After reviewing the details, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his condolences on the deaths. He declared ₹ 50,000 for the injured and an additional ₹ 2 lakh in aid for the families of those who perished in the collision.
Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy was also addressed by the railway minister. He expressed his astonishment at the disaster and gave the order to make all necessary preparations to guarantee the injured were treated. Mr. Reddy has also periodically asked for updates about the event.
According to the Railways source, the situation is being monitored in the war room of the Delhi Railway Ministry. Helpline numbers for Bhubaneswar ( 0674-2301625, 2301525, 2303069) and Waltair ( 0891-2885914) have been made available by the East Coast Railway.
In a horrifying catastrophe that happened in Odisha over five months ago, three trains and over 280 people perished. The collision on June 2 near the Bahanaga Bazar station included the Bengaluru-Howrah Superfast Express, the Shalimar-Chennai Central Coromandel Express, and a cargo train.