Individual teams have been set up to monitor and tackle the situation and a control room, which will function round the clock, has also been set up to coordinate with government authorities.
“But the most effective intervention was using a screen reader, an assistive technology introduced to us by an NGO in Chennai," the child’s mother Kokila explained.
In the order passed on Wednesday, the tribunal said that an interim compensation of Rs 30 lakh be paid to each deceased pending final assessment.
A worker and junior engineer died on Sunday and a deputy chief engineer passed away on July 3 and the six were aged between 45 and 53.
Six workers died and 16 workers were injured in a boiler blast in unit five of the second thermal power station of Neyveli Lignite Corporation India Limited.
NLCIL management is however unable to recover the bodies of six workers from a 32 metre high boiler.
In a similar incident last year at the Neyveli Lignite Corporation India Limited (NLCIL) premises, one person died and four were injured.
Temples in Neyveli and Virudhachalam hold peacocks (vehicle of the Hindu god Muruga) and deer as captives, blatantly violating the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972.