Earthquake tremors again in Delhi-NCR, Earth shook for 54 seconds: Earthquake Tremors in Delhi NCR:

Tremors of the earthquake have been felt in Delhi-NCR. During this time people came out of their homes, buildings, and offices. Earthquake Tremors in Delhi NCR: Earthquake tremors were felt in Delhi NCR around 8 pm on Saturday. People came out of their houses in panic. Although there is no news of damage from anywhere, there was panic among the people.

According to TV news, the strong tremors of the earthquake lasted for about 54 seconds. The epicenter of the earthquake has been Nepal. During this, a strong vibration was felt in the houses. But due to continuous tremors for a long time, people got scared. During this, many people came out of their homes and asked others about the aftershocks. According to a report, the magnitude of the earthquake was around 5.4. The intensity of the earthquake that occurred last week was also very high.

Scientists believe that an earthquake of magnitude above 5 can be dangerous for Delhi NCR. Many times necessary guidelines have also been issued for the people so that they can protect themselves. Keep in mind that this is the second major setback within a week. Let me tell you, earlier Mangalwakar had felt strong tremors of an earthquake in Delhi-NCR.

According to the National Center for Seismology (NCS), a 6.3-magnitude earthquake occurred at 1.57 am. According to the Center for Seismology, its epicenter was near the border of Southeast Nepal. This place is 90 km away from the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand. The tremors of this earthquake were felt in the country, apart from the capital Delhi, especially in many cities of the northern states of Uttarakhand, Himachal, and Uttar Pradesh. There was no report of any loss of life or property due to the earthquake late last night.

Cause of earthquake: There are seven plates inside the earth, which keep rotating continuously. The places where these plates collide more are called fault line zones. Due to repeated collisions, the corners of the plates get bent. When the pressure becomes high, the plates break. Due to their breakdown, the energy inside finds a way to come out. This process is followed by an earthquake.

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