On Friday, tremors from an earthquake were felt in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. The shocks had a Richter scale magnitude of 4.0. According to reports, the earthquake happened at 10.31 am. The epicentre of the earthquake was 10 kilometres from the surface and 28 kilometres away from Gwalior, according to the National Center for Seismology.
On the other side, Ambikapur in Chhattisgarh and the neighbouring areas experienced earthquake tremors at 10:39 am. Its centre is reportedly located in Surajpur, 11 kilometres from Bhatgaon. The fact that no damage has been indicated anywhere is a source of relief. Little tremors mean that there is very little chance of harm.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.0 on the Richter Scale hit 28km SE of Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh today at 10:31 am IST: National Centre for Seismology pic.twitter.com/FvXdeqwrZl— ANI (@ANI) March 24, 2023
Strong earthquake vibrations were detected earlier on Tuesday night in numerous parts of North India, including Delhi-NCR. Many fled their homes and buildings as a result of the earthquake's severe shocks in Delhi-NCR at about 10:30 pm and stayed terrified for a considerable amount of time. This 180 km-deep 6.5-magnitude earthquake had its epicentre in Afghanistan's Hindu Kush region. The earthquake caused 10 deaths in Afghanistan and 11 deaths in Pakistan.