New Delhi: The National Capital Region (NCR), including Delhi, has suffered 11 earthquakes (Earthquake) in the last one and a half months. Low-intensity tremors were also felt in Delhi-NCR on Wednesday. The epicenter of the earthquake was southeast Noida. According to the National Center for Seismology, the earthquake measured 3.2 on the Richter scale. Experts behind the frequent earthquakes believe that this is a sign of great danger for NCR in the coming time. People need to be cautious. It is being told that in Delhi-NCR, the energy is coming out due to the activation of the plates inside the earth, due to which the tremors are felt continuously.
According to the National Center for Seismology (NCS), there have been tremors in Delhi-NCR on April 12, 13,16. Similarly, the trend of earthquake tremors continued in May. On 6, 10, 15 May and 28 May, there were tremors in Delhi-Faridabad NCR. After this, on May 29, there were two shocks, the center of which was Rohtak. According to the National Seismology Center, one time in Rajasthan, four in Uttarakhand and six in Himachal Pradesh also experienced tremors during this period. However, it was a shock that the intensity of these tremors ranged from 2.2 to 4.5 on the Richter scale. There is a possibility of loss in case of a shock of higher intensity.
Explain that in terms of the earthquake, the country is divided into 4 seismic zones (2,3,4,5). Falls in Delhi-NCR zone 4. This is the second number zone in terms of destruction. There is a possibility of an earthquake of seven to eight magnitude on the Richter scale in this zone. Delhi-NCR is the major danger zones in terms of earthquakes.