News Patiala: On a Tuesday , earthquake tremors were felt in Delhi, Punjab, and Chandigarh, as well as other parts of north India. The tremors were felt at around 1.30Pm, and there were no reports of any injuries or damage.
The earthquake was caused by a fault line in the Himalayas, and it had a magnitude of 6.6 on the Richter scale. The tremors were felt in a wide area, stretching from Delhi to Punjab to Chandigarh.
People in Delhi and Chandigarh rushed out of their homes and gathered in open spaces when they felt the tremors. Some people were also seen running for cover.
The tremors were felt for a few seconds, and they were strong enough to cause some buildings to sway. However, there were no reports of any injuries or damage.
The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has said that there is no need to panic, and that the earthquake was not a major one. The NDMA has also said that there is no need to evacuate any areas.
The earthquake is a reminder of the seismic activity that is common in the Himalayas. The region is home to several fault lines, and earthquakes are a regular occurrence.
The NDMA has urged people to stay calm and to follow the instructions of the authorities. The NDMA has also said that people should have a disaster preparedness kit ready in case of an earthquake.
The disaster preparedness kit should include food, water, first aid supplies, and other essential items. People should also have a plan for evacuating their homes in case of an earthquake.
The earthquake is a reminder of the importance of being prepared for natural disasters. By following the instructions of the authorities and by having a disaster preparedness kit ready, people can help to protect themselves and their families in the event of an earthquake.