Itanagar: Tremors were felt in Arunachal Pradesh on Sunday. According to the National Institute of Sysmology, tremors were felt at 3.60 pm, 70 km northwest of Changlang in Arunachal. The magnitude of the earthquake on the Richter scale was 4.4. The earthquake frightened people. At present, there is no loss of life or property.
A 3.1 magnitude earthquake also struck the Kutch district of Gujarat on Sunday morning. However, no loss of life or property has been reported. According to the Gandhinagar-based Seismology Research Institute, the earthquake occurred around 8:38 a.m. The epicentre was 26 kilometres northeast of Dudhai at a depth of 9.3 kilometres. The Kutch District Disaster Management Unit said that there is no information about any loss of life and property. Kutch, located in a 'highly high seismic area' more than 300 km from Ahmedabad, continues to have a mild earthquake on a regular stint.
Earlier, on August 21 this year, a 4.1 magnitude earthquake struck the district with its epicentre near Dhaulavira. Tremors were also felt in Jammu and Kashmir earlier on Saturday. The magnitude of the earthquake on the Richter scale was recorded at 4.3. After which people in many areas there were terrified due to the tremors. However, there is no harm in that.