PM visits Odisha and reviews rescue and relief efforts after the tragic train accident
June 03, 2023
Government stands with the bereaved family members who have lost their loved ones: PM
No stone will be left unturned to provide all possible medical help to those injured: PM
PM emphasises ‘whole of government’ approach to mitigate this monumental tragedy
PM gives instructions for speedy investigation and for taking prompt and stringent action against those found guilty
PM says that along with relief and rescue, Railways is working on ensuring quick restoration of tracks
PM lauds Odisha government, local administration and local people, especially youth, for promptly undertaking relief and rescue efforts
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi visited Odisha and reviewed the rescue and relief efforts underway after the tragic train accident in Balasore. Prime Minister visited the railway accident site and the hospital where the injured are undertaking treatment.
Prime Minister said that people from various states who were travelling in the trains have been impacted by this monumental tragedy. While talking about the tragic loss of lives, Prime Minister said that no stone will be left unturned to provide all possible medical help to those injured. He said that the government stands with the bereaved family members who have lost their loved ones.
Prime Minister said that instructions have been given to ensure proper and speedy investigation of the tragedy, and to take prompt and stringent action against those found guilty. He commended the efforts of the Odisha government, local administration and of the local people, especially youth, who worked through the night to assist ongoing efforts. He also lauded the local citizens who turned up in large numbers for blood donation, to help those injured. He said that Railways is working to provide rescue and relief, as well as to ensure quick restoration of rail tracks. Interacting with the local authorities, personnel from the disaster relief forces and railways officials, Prime Minister emphasised on ‘whole of government’ approach to mitigate the tragedy.