New Delhi: An earthquake of magnitude 6.1 jolted components of Afghanistan and Pakistan within the early hours of Wednesday, based on the US Geological Survey (USGS), reported information company ANI. In Afghanistan, the quake struck about 44 km from town of Khost within the southeastern area and was at a depth of 51 km. No instant harm or deaths have been reported up to now. The actions had been felt over a variety of some 500 km by about 119 million folks in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and India, stated the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC). Pakistan media reported a gentle depth earthquake in Islamabad and different components of the nation, based on the information company.
“Large EARTHQUAKE in Islamabad! Allah khair! I hope you are all secure! Allah Taala shield us all. Amen,” stated one of many Twitter customers from Pakistan
Different areas together with Lahore, Multan, Quetta of Pakistan felt the tremors. The Namal reported that the earthquake was felt for a couple of seconds which pressured folks to maneuver into the streets. Nevertheless, there was no lack of life and property reported.
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Final week, a 5.0 magnitude earthquake jolted a number of Pakistani cities together with Islamabad, Peshawar, Rawalpindi, and Multan. The shocks had been additionally recorded in Faisalabad, Abbottabad, Swat, Buner, Kohat, and Malakand, based on Geo Information reported.
In November 2021, round 20 folks had been killed and greater than 200 injured after a 5.7 magnitude quake struck southern Pakistan after a lethal earthquake hit Balochistan province. Lots of the victims died when roofs and partitions collapsed due to the earthquake with an influence lower forcing well being staff to deal with the injured utilizing flashlights.
The worst-affected space was the distant mountainous metropolis of Harnai, the place an absence of paved roads, electrical energy, and cell phone protection hampered rescuers.