Srinagar: A assuage power trembler measuring 5.5 on a Richter scale shook a Kashmir hollow in a early hours of Tuesday.
“A assuage power trembler occurred during 3.40 am today,” an central of a internal MET dialect here told IANS.
“The bulk of a trembler was 5.5 on a Richter scale. The epicentre of a trembler was in Hindukush towering operation of Afghanistan.”
The tremors were felt when Muslims had only finished their pre-dawn dish to start a day’s quick on a 12th day of a holy month of Ramadan.
No detriment of life or skill was reported.
More than 40,000 people had perished in a 7.8 bulk trembler on a dual sides of divided Kashmir that occurred on Oct 8, 2005.
Geologists trust Kashmir is situated on a rarely upheaval exposed error line.
Devastating earthquakes have strike Kashmir in a past as well, though not all were scrupulously documented.