Delhi-NCR continues to tremble like northeast, three consecutive earthquakes in two days
In Mizoram, tremors of 4.3 magnitude were felt on Thursday. The tremors were mainly felt in Chandfi district on the Indo-Myanmar border.
Champai: Earthquakes are becoming like a thunderstorm. The incessant earthquakes are repeatedly giving a clear signal to any major untoward. The natural disaster in the corona crisis has been very frightened. Earthquake tremors were once again felt in Champai, Mizoram. This earthquake was felt on the Indo-Myanmar border.
The center of the earthquake was 10 kilometres below ground
According to information, tremors of 4.3 magnitude were felt in Mizoram on Thursday. The tremors were mainly felt in Chandfi district on the Indo-Myanmar border. According to the National Seismology Centre, the earthquake occurred at 2.28 pm, the center of which was 23 km southwest of The City of Chandi. The center of the earthquake was wretched 10 kilometers of land.
The earthquake in the Northeast also came a day earlier
Earlier on July 8, assam had an earthquake on the 2.7 Richter scale. In addition, tremors were also felt near Rajouri in Jammu and Kashmir, according to the National Centre for Seismology, the magnitude of the earthquake measured 4.3 on the Richter scale. There are no reports of any casualties or property damage in the city of Champai.