Jammu Kashmir Earthquake: Mild tremors of earthquake have been felt once again in Jammu and Kashmir. Earlier in the month of January, earthquake tremors have been felt twice. At the same time, on Thursday i.e. January 19, earthquake tremors were felt in two districts of Jammu and Kashmir. According to information, the intensity of the earthquake was recorded at 3.2 on the Richter scale. Whose center is 10 kilometers below the ground. The tremors of these earthquakes have been felt in Kishtwar and Doda districts of Jammu and Kashmir. At present, there was no loss of life or property in this.
According to information, people came out of their homes in many areas after the tremors were felt. Many areas in Jammu and Kashmir are sensitive to earthquakes. Most of the earthquake tremors have been felt in these areas. Apart from this, major earthquake tremors have also been felt in Jammu and Kashmir many times.
Earthquake for the third time in 15 days
Even before this, earthquake tremors were felt in Kishtwar district at around 11.15 pm on Sunday, January 8. Whose intensity was recorded at 3.6 Richter scale. Earthquake tremors were felt in Jammu and Kashmir on January 5 before January 8. Whose intensity was recorded at 5.9 Richter scale. However, this is the third time an earthquake has occurred in the state in the first month of the year. But there has been no loss of life or property in this.
India’s earthquake zone is divided into five parts
Bureau of Indian Standards has divided India into five seismic zones according to various agencies. In which mild tremors of earthquake occur in four zones. But the fifth zone of earthquake is the most dangerous. According to scientists, earthquakes up to 9 Richter scale can occur in the fifth zone. The entire Northeast India comes in the fifth zone. These include parts of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, the Rann of Kutch in Gujarat, parts of north Bihar and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Most of the earthquakes occur in these areas.