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Earthquake tremors felt in Jammu and Kashmir, intensity on Richter scale

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The tremor (earthquake) was felt in Jammu and Kashmir at 4.56 am on Monday. The National Center for Seismology has confirmed the earthquake. Its intensity on the Richter scale was 3.5.

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Earlier, earthquake tremors were felt in Jammu and Kashmir last month. The last time there was an earthquake in the valley on the 19th. A few days before that there was an earthquake in Jammu and Kashmir. At that time, the epicenter of the earthquake was ten kilometers below ground level at Gandoh in Doda district.

But the cake of 11 dates was more intense last month. The intensity of the crisis was then measured at 5.1 and there was an atmosphere of panic.

Let me tell you that the tremors of earthquake were felt once again in the morning of 28 January in Delhi. The intensity of the crisis here measured 2.8 on the Richter scale. According to the National Center for Seismology, the epicenter of the earthquake was in West Delhi, it is a matter of relief that during this period no loss of life or property was reported.

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Are constantly being felt in the country

In India, the tremors of the crisis are being felt continuously for the last few months. The tremors in different parts of the country at intervals of 10 to 15 days can also be a sign of a big stir. Scientists are also constantly predicting a major crisis in their study. It is believed that in the near future they can cause major accidents.

It became a big thing in a study

Actually, a recent study of the major earthquake in the Himalayas has been done. This study predicts geological, historical, and geophysical data by reviewing them. Experts say that there will be no big deal in this, if this terrible crisis comes in our lifetime itself. It has been clarified in this study that the sequence of future crisis in the Himalayan region may also be similar to the earthquake in the Aleutian zone in the 20th century.

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