Earthquake in Afghanistan: Weeds in Afghanistan! At least 255 people were killed in a strong earthquake

Earthquake in Afghanistan: A powerful earthquake shook our neighboring country Afghanistan on Wednesday. The earthquake of 6.1 magnitude has claimed at least 250 lives so far. Hundreds of civilians have been injured. The earthquake was also felt in Pakistan (Earthquake in Pakistan). The earthquake in Afghanistan has killed many people. The epicenter of the quake […]
 


Earthquake in Afghanistan: Weeds in Afghanistan!  At least 255 people were killed in a strong earthquake

Earthquake in Afghanistan: A powerful earthquake shook our neighboring country Afghanistan on Wednesday. The earthquake of 6.1 magnitude has claimed at least 250 lives so far. Hundreds of civilians have been injured. The earthquake was also felt in Pakistan (Earthquake in Pakistan). The earthquake in Afghanistan has killed many people.

The epicenter of the quake was reported below ground, although no tsunami warning was issued. The epicenter of the quake was reported below ground, although no tsunami warning was issued. There is devastation everywhere in Paktika province. Naseem Haqqani, the head of the Taliban’s disaster management department, said more than 250 people had been killed in the quake so far. Hundreds of civilians have been injured. It is feared that the death toll may increase. There is great panic among the citizens. Rescue work is going on on war footing.
Earthquake in Afghanistan: Weeds in Afghanistan!  At least 255 people were killed in a strong earthquake

The epicenter of the quake was reported 44 km south of Khost, Afghanistan. Its depth was 51 km. The earthquake shook the neighboring country of Pakistan as well.

 

Many cities of Pakistan were shaken.

The 6.1 magnitude earthquake in Afghanistan also shook Pakistan. Many cities were shaken. There were no reports of injuries or serious damage in Pakistan.

According to Geo News, an earthquake of magnitude 6.1 struck Pakistan’s Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa regions on Wednesday morning. Islamabad, Multan, Bhakar, Falia, Peshawar, Malakand, Swat, Mianwali, Pakpattan and Buner were affected by the earthquake.