Earthquake hits Rajasthan for the second consecutive day

National Center for Seismology, through its official Twitter handle, notified that an Earthquake of magnitude 4.8, occurred on 22 July around 07:42 am in Bikaner, Rajasthan.

Earthquake hits the state of Rajasthan for the second consecutive day. The National Center for Seismology on Thursday informed that back-to-back earthquakes of magnitude 5.3 and 4.3 on the Richter scale have hit Rajasthan.

National Center for Seismology through its notified that an Earthquake of magnitude 4.8, occurred on 22 July around 07:42 am in Bikaner, Rajasthan. As per the National Center for Seismology, tremors were felt about 413 km west-northwest of Bikaner in Rajasthan at the depth of 15 km.

The National Center for Seismology through its official Twitter handle informed, “Earthquake of magnitude: 4.8, occurred on 22-07-202, 07:42:15 IST, Lat: 29. 65 & Long: 69.50, Depth: 15 km, Location: 413 km WNW of Bikaner, Rajasthan, India.”

On 21 July, Bikaner reported an earthquake of magnitude 5.3 around 5:24 a.m. The National Center for Seismology affirmed that tremors were felt around 5:24 am about 343 km West North West of Bikaner at the depth of 110 km.

On the same day, 21 July Leh, Laddakh, and Meghalaya reported earthquakes of magnitude 3.6 and 4.1 on the Richter scale respectively. National Center for Seismology affirmed that tremors were felt about 19 km northeast of Leh, Laddakh, India at a depth of 200 km around 04:56 am. On the other side, Meghalaya experienced the same about 42 Km northeast of Tura in Meghalaya at the depth of 10 Km.

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