After Taiwan, the land of Arunachal Pradesh shook, earthquake tremors felt, 4.4 intensity

Pankaj Prasad
Earthquake in Arunachal Pradesh
Earthquake in Arunachal Pradesh

Earthquake tremors were felt in Dibang Valley of Arunachal Pradesh at around 6.30 pm on Sunday.

Earthquake tremors were also felt in Arunachal Pradesh, India, after the devastation caused by the earthquake in Taiwan. Earthquake tremors were felt in Dibang Valley of Arunachal Pradesh at around 6.30 pm today. However, it was a low intensity earthquake on the Richter scale. Its intensity was estimated at 4.4. At the same time, the National Center for Seismology said that the depth of the earthquake was 10 km below the ground.

Earlier in the month of April also, strong earthquake tremors were felt in Pangin, Arunachal Pradesh. According to the National Center for Seismology, this earthquake was of 5.3 magnitude. However, there was no report of any loss of life or property due to this. Now today i.e. on Sunday once again the earth is dolly in Arunachal Pradesh. However, it is a matter of relief that the intensity of the earthquake is less.

Strong earthquake in Taiwan: It is worth noting that before this, strong earthquake tremors were felt in Taiwan. There were several tremors between Saturday and Sunday. But three aftershocks caused a lot of devastation in the country. An earthquake of 6.4 magnitude struck Taiwan on Saturday, while the magnitude of the earthquake that occurred on Sunday morning was measured at 6.8. Whereas on Sunday itself, an earthquake of 7.2 magnitude occurred in the afternoon. Which saw terrible devastation in Taiwan.

According to Taiwan's Central Meteorological Bureau, most of the damage caused by the quake was in the northern region of the quake's epicenter. The bureau also reported that the epicenter of the quake was just seven kilometers below the surface near the city of Chishang. Taiwan's Central News Agency says a three-storey building collapsed near the city of Yuli due to the quake, under which many people are buried. However, relief and rescue work is going on.