A 5.6-magnitude earthquake originating from Nepal sent tremors across northern India, including Delhi-NCR, marking the second such occurrence within three days. The seismic event occurred on Monday afternoon, striking Nepal at approximately 4:14 p.m.
This location had already experienced a magnitude 6.4 earthquake on November 3, resulting in over 160 casualties in the mountainous nation.
The recent earthquake had a depth of 10 kilometers, as reported by the National Center for Seismology.
On November 3, a magnitude-6.4 earthquake rattled Nepal, causing widespread tremors throughout northern India, including the national capital region. This temblor hit at 11:32 p.m., compelling people to evacuate their homes.
The November 3 earthquake claimed the lives of approximately 160 individuals in Nepal, leaving more than 250 others injured.
This is a developing story.