AIIMS had received 162 bodies in two phases from the temporary morgue at the accident spot and different hospitals where the injured were treated.
The CBI made the submission before a special court alleging that one of the reasons behind the accident was the repair work at a level crossing near Bahanaga Bazar station.
The AIIMS had received 162 bodies in two phases and started collecting DNA samples after 81 victims remained unidentified and some had multiple claimants.
Inquiry report cites faulty signalling and human error as reasons for June 2 triple-train accident.
As many as 35 persons are camping at the guest house while 15 others have left for home due to a delay in the arrival of DNA reports.
The kin of the victims said they would not have to wait here for days and suffer if the officials could provide proper information on the helpline number.
According to the officials, a few villagers of Ipurupalem near Chirala town in Bapatla district observed the broken track while walking past it.
The Bengaluru Railway Division is on its toes on the safety front after the recent train accident in Odisha.
The minister will also visit Balasore district headquarters hospital and meet health and district administration officials.
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The Opposition parties also demanded a Supreme Court-monitored SIT probe into the mishap.
The locals, who had turned the first responders to the disaster and engaged wholeheartedly in rescue and relief operations, said they felt the tragedy was their own.
With enough evidence to show that some kind of tampering was done with the interlocking system, the job now is to make it "tamper-proof", senior officials said.
The experience of carrying the mortal remains of victims of the Bahanaga train accident has been traumatising and physically draining for ambulance drivers
State transport commissioner Amitabh Thakur informed both 108 and private ambulances are being used to send the mortal remains of victims to their destinations.
Earlier, two teams of the school and mass education department and district administration inspected the condition of the school after it was sanitised.
The investigating agency seized the log book, relay panel and other equipment
The Coromandel Express was carrying several migrants from Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Odisha to Chennai.
A teacher couple that lived nearby admitted passengers to the local high school and even turned the educational institution into a temporary morgue when the body count grew.
Introspection must begin within Indian Railways to address some serious questions concerning safety systems