The general manager of South Eastern Railway, Archana Joshi, has been relieved of her duties almost a month after the tragic three-train accident in Odisha’s Balasore.
The cabinet’s nomination committee gave the go-ahead to Anil Kumar Mishra to take over as the general manager of the South Eastern Railway.
“The general manager of South Eastern Railway, Archana Joshi, has been relieved of her position following the Balasore rail accident. The nomination committee of the cabinet approves Anil Kumar Mishra to become the new general manager of South Eastern Railway,” Indian Railways said in a statement. an official statement.
The tragic incident of a triple rail accident on June 2, involving the Coromandel Express to Chennai, the Shalimar Express to Howrah and a freight train, claimed the lives of 291 people and injured more than 1,000.
Meanwhile, as many as 52 bodies at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Bhubaneswar are yet to be identified following the triple train collision in the Balasore district of Odisha.
“There are 81 bodies at AIIMS Bhubaneswar and we have sent their samples for DNA testing due to multiple claims for a single body. Confirmation for 29 samples has been received and their relatives/claimants have been notified,” Sulochna Das, Mayor of Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation, ANI told me.
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