Balasore (Odisha): Ashwini Vaishnaw Railway Minister on Sunday said that the tragic train accident in Odisha‘s Balasore occurred due to a “change in electronic interlocking”.Trains can’t move against one another along a system of lines without the use of a signalling system called an electronic interlocking. In essence, it serves as a safety feature to prevent signals from being switched in the wrong order. The purpose of this technique is to hold back a train until the safety of the route has been determined. This is a distinct matter, Ashwini Vaihsnaw stated. It has to do with electrical interlocking and point machines.The modification that took place during electronic interlocking is what led to the accident. After a thorough investigation, it will be revealed who did it and how it occurred. He added that restoration efforts are ongoing and that normalcy would return by Wednesday morning. “Given that the commissioner for railway safety has already reviewed the case, it wouldn’t be appropriate for me to offer any commentary..”Bring on the investigation’s report. On the other hand, the accident’s cause and its perpetrators have been located. Our current priority is restoration. Two loop lines and two main lines are present. The restoration project is in progress, and we’ll absolutely finish it by our target time of Wednesday morning, according to Vaishnaw.The West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee claimed that the disaster could have been avoided with a Kavach (anti-collision device), however the railway minister denied this. “Kavach has nothing to do with it. The statement Mamata Banerjee made yesterday is not the cause. She stated what was understood, he continued. According to the official statistics, the disaster on Friday night resulted in 288 fatalities and more than 1000 injuries.