After Delhi-NCR, now earthquake in Punjab including Amritsar, intensity of Richter scale 4.1
Earthquake: Mild tremors were felt in some parts of Punjab including Amritsar at 3.42 am on Monday. It is being told that its intensity was measured at 4.1 Richter scale.
After the country's capital Delhi-NCR, earthquake tremors were felt in Amritsar, Punjab on Monday morning. The earthquake occurred at around 3.42 am on Monday morning. A 4.1 magnitude earthquake struck 145 km west-northwest of Punjab's Amritsar in the early hours of today. According to the National Center for Seismology (NCS), the earthquake's epicentre was in Punjab, Pakistan. There is no news of any loss of life or property due to the earthquake. However, an atmosphere of fear was definitely seen among the people due to the earthquake. Earthquake tremors have been felt continuously in different states of India for the last few days.
Mild tremors were felt in some parts of Punjab including Amritsar at 3.42 am on Monday. It is being told that the depth of this earthquake was 120 kilometres. Talking about its intensity, the 4.1 Richter scale has been measured. According to the National Center for Seismology (NCS), the earthquake's epicentre was in Punjab, Pakistan. No loss of life or property has been reported from this natural calamity.
Earlier, Delhi NCR experienced an earthquake twice in the last week. There was an earthquake of 5.4 magnitudes in Delhi-NCR and Uttarakhand last Saturday. This earthquake was felt at 7.57 pm. The epicentre of this earthquake is Nepal. This earthquake was so strong that its tremors were felt in many states of India including Delhi-NCR. Apart from the capital Delhi, tremors were also felt in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Earthquake tremors have occurred in Noida, Ghaziabad, Amroha, and Bijnor in UP. This earthquake occurred in Tehri, Pithoragarh, Bageshnar, Pauri and Khatima of Uttarakhand.