Earthquake in Jammu, intensity measured 5.2
Earthquake in Jammu, intensity measured 5.2

Jammu: The story of increasing incidents day by day is not taking the name of itself. Some disaster has become an enemy of people's lives. In many parts of Jammu and Kashmir, the tremors of the earthquake were felt on the night of Wednesday, 26 February 2020. Due to these aftershocks, people in different districts of the state came out of their homes. However, there is no information of loss of life or property. After these tremors, there is an atmosphere of panic among the people about the earthquake. After the last several years, there have been such sharp tremors of an earthquake.

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According to the Meteorological Center Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir was the epicenter of this earthquake which struck at a magnitude of 8:34 minutes on Wednesday night. It was just 10 kilometers below ground. The relief was that if the land was drilled for a long time, there could have been a loss of heavy property. Apart from Jammu division, tremors have been caused due to an earthquake in Kashmir. In Jammu and Kashmir, there was a shock of 6.2 magnitude earthquake in January 2018. The largest earthquake in Jammu and Kashmir so far on 8-10-2005 with a magnitude of 7.6 Richter scale has occurred. After the year 2005, there have been frequent earthquake tremors.

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Earthquake tremors in Chamba, no loss of life and property: In Chamba and Una districts of Himachal Pradesh, the tremors of the earthquake occurred on February 26, 2020. In Chamba, the earthquake was measured at 3.6 on the Richter scale, with a tremor of an earthquake at 7:58 am and later at 8:35 pm. The epicenter of the earthquake was reported five kilometers from the ground in the northeast of the district. Collector Vivek Bhatia told that there is no information about any casualty. At 8:35 pm, there were tremors in Una along with Chamba. On the other hand, 8th-grade student Naresh Kumar died due to lightning in the drizzle due to inclement weather in the elevated Tikkar village of Dana Ghats, Gram Panchayat of Sub Divisional Sangrah.

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