Many people were unsure about the earthquakes felt in the capital as most people were outside attempting to enjoy the moment. Users raced to Twitter to verify the report because of this. The highest risk of earthquakes, seismic zone 4, is where Delhi is located. Ukhrul in Manipur, which is also in zone 4, experienced an earthquake on Friday with a magnitude of 4.1.
Even though there were no reports of any accidents or property damage, it somewhat dampened the inhabitants’ enthusiasm. Many people were unsure about the earthquakes felt in the capital as most people were outside attempting to enjoy the moment. Users went to the microblogging platform to confirm whether the event was an earthquake because of this. People had a lot to say about the earthquake, from adopting well-known frameworks to writing about potential negative outcomes.
At roughly 1.19 am on Sunday, an earthquake with a magnitude of 3.8 shook Delhi and the surrounding territories. The epicentre of the earthquake was near Jhajjar, Haryana, and it was 5 km deep, according to a tweet from the National Center for Seismology. The highest risk of earthquakes, seismic zone 4, is where Delhi is located.
Delhi had experienced an earthquake with a magnitude of 2.5 in November. 8 kilometres to the west of New Delhi, the earthquake happened. The earthquake occurred 5 kilometres below the surface of the earth.
This happened just a few days after the 3.4-magnitude earthquake in Tura, Meghalaya. The earthquake occurred at a depth of 5 kilometres. Arunachal Pradesh had had a 3.8-magnitude earthquake the day before.