An additional strong earthquake struck Islamabad and its vicinity on Wednesday.
The Koh-e-Hindukush Mountains are 130 kilometres beneath the earthquake’s core, according to Islamabad’s National Seismic Monitoring Centre.
The earthquake measured 4.5 on the Richter Scale and was said to have occurred 130 kilometres beneath the earth’s surface.
It’s important to remember that on June 23, a 4.3 magnitude earthquake occurred in Pakistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Afghanistan (8:56 a.m.). The centre of the earthquake was 58 kilometres away from Kalafgan, Afghanistan.
A 4.7-magnitude earthquake was observed on June 2nd in the late afternoon not far from Islamabad, Pakistan. The epicentre of the earthquake was located 198 NW (kilometres) of Islamabad.
At 4:35:17 PM IST, the earthquake struck 75 kilometres below the earth’s surface.