Second Earthquake Strikes Delhi, Epicenter in Nepal, Twice in 3 Days

On November 6, 2023, at 16:16:40 IST, Delhi and Nepal were shaken by another earthquake, measuring 5.6 on the Richter scale. The epicenter of this seismic event was situated in Nepal, at Latitude 28.89 and Longitude 82.36, with a depth of 10 kilometers. This earthquake not only rattled Nepal but also sent tremors reverberating through northern India, including the nation’s capital, Delhi.

This recent earthquake is the second significant seismic incident to rock the region in just three days. On Friday night, around 11:30 PM, a more powerful earthquake with a magnitude of 6.4 hit Nepal, and its tremors were strongly felt in Delhi and other parts of northern India.

The series of recent earthquakes has prompted a growing concern about seismic activity in the region, with a particular focus on its impact on Delhi. Local authorities and disaster management agencies are actively monitoring the situation and are providing assistance to the affected areas. Additionally, this serves as a stark reminder of the importance of earthquake preparedness and safety measures in areas prone to seismic activity.

Residents in these regions are strongly advised to remain vigilant, stay updated on any developments, have emergency kits prepared, and familiarize themselves with the necessary actions to take in the event of further earthquakes.

Ensuring the safety of residents and preparedness for any future seismic events is of paramount importance in Delhi and other affected areas.


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