The telangana government said on saturday that no state residents have been listed as victims or injured in the odisha train tragedy as of yet. The state government also offered the government of odisha its assistance in relief and rescue efforts. The Coromandel Express and SMVT-Howrah Super Fast Express derailed seventeen cars on Friday, resulting in one of the biggest railway catastrophes in the nation in the previous 15 years.

The most recent statistics show that 288 people were killed and nearly 1000 wounded in the tragedy. Railway authorities said it is still unclear if Coromandel Express entered the loop line and struck the halted goods train or if it first derailed and then hit the parked train after entering the loop line, despite earlier speculation that a signalling malfunction may have caused the collision. kcr has already expressed his profound sorrow over the railway catastrophe.

He described it as the most regrettable tragedy and expressed sorrow for the people who died and were hurt. Telangana's IT minister KT Rama Rao questioned the effectiveness of the Anti-Collision Devices that the Railway Ministry had put in place in a tweet. Additionally, he sent his sympathies to the families of those who perished in the catastrophe.

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