|Earthquake in Delhi This earthquake occurred in Delhi on Friday morning. Earthquake tremors have been felt in many areas|
The tremor was felt in the country’s capital Delhi at 11.28 am on Friday. Earthquake tremors have been felt in Delhi for the second time in a week. The magnitude of the early morning earthquake on Venus was 2.2 on the Richter scale.
According to the information received, mild tremors have also been felt in East Delhi. Some people came out of the house due to the earthquake. Before 12 and 13 April, on 10 May, tremors were felt in Delhi.
There was an earthquake on 12 and 13 April:
Earlier on May 10, earthquake tremors were felt amid lockdown. It measured 3.5 on the Richter scale. It took place on May 10 at 1.45 pm. The epicenter of the quake was near Wazirpur in north-east Delhi at a depth of five kilometers from the surface. The Earth shook for a few seconds due to the earthquake. Due to this people became fearful.
Delhi was the center only in 2001 and 2004:
In the context of an earthquake, Delhi falls in seismic zone four. Earlier, in 2004 and 2001, the earthquake was the epicenter. While its intensity was 2.8 on the Richter scale in 2004, 3.4 was recorded in 2001.
Delhi-NCR is sensitive to earthquakes:
Please tell here that Delhi-NCR is very sensitive to earthquakes. Indeed, in terms of macroseismic zoning mapping, India is divided into a total of 5 zones, of which Delhi is in zone 4 and is considered dangerous. Out of a total of 5 zones, zone 2 is considered to be in the least sensitive category, while zone-5 is the region that is responsible for the earthquake.