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The Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, too expressed shock over the accident.
He reviewed the rescue and relief arrangements from New Delhi and instructed the Home Minister, T. Devender Goud, to rush to accident site and oversee the operations. He directed the Collector Kurnool, Sai Prasad, to provide the necessary medical relief, food and water for the stranded passengers.
The Ministers K.E. Prabhakar (Medium Irrigation) and N.Md. Farooq (Higher Education), rushed to the spot and saw for themselves the relief and rescue operations. Ministers P. Ashok Gajapati Raju (Revenue) and B.V. Mohan Reddy (Municipal Administration), have also been asked by Mr. Naidu to proceed to the accident site.
The Chief Minister conveyed his condolences to the members of the bereaved families and wish the injured a speedy recovery.
The following is the list of injured passengers:
N.B. Devaiah (52), Md. Yousuf (43), Muthyalamma (60), Adevappa (27), Rezab Ali (49), S. Vali Basha (49), D. Ramamohan Reddy (32), Md. Abdul Matheen (20), Srinivasa (30) and Ganesh (22), being treated at Gooty Railway Hospital. Subramanyam (26), Suresh (49) and Vimala Sarojini (65) have been shifted to Anantapur. Thimmaiah (50), Chitra (29) and Sudha Surendran (56) were referred to Kurnool, while Nahida (42) has been referred to Bangalore.
Those who are being treated for grievous injuries at the Civil Hospital at Gooty are S. Srinivas (19), D. Ramulu (45), Shahin (34), Mumtaz (55), Riyaz (38), Kamal Sahab (60) and Rasool Bee (70).
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