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9 Killed In Pakistan Due To Earthquake That Shook North India Too: Report

The epicentre of the earthquake was Afghanistan's Hindu Kush, while its depth was 180 kilometres, according to the Pakistan Meteorological Department.

Islamabad: A earthquake of 6.5 sizes shook portions of Pakistan on Tuesday, killing nine individuals and harming more than 160 others, neighborhood media revealed. The focal point of the seismic tremor was Afghanistan’s Hindu Kush locale, while its profundity was 180 kilometers, as per the Pakistan Meteorological Division.
Quake quakes were felt in Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Quetta, Peshawar, Kohat, Lakki Marwat, and different region of the country.

Strong quakes were additionally felt in Gujranwala, Gujrat, Sialkot, Kot Momin, Madh Ranjha, Chakwal, Kohat and in Gilgit-Baltistan regions, nearby media revealed.

TV film showed terrified residents out in the city.

The earthquake killed nine individuals, including two ladies, and harmed more than 160 others as well as making numerous structures breakdown, specialists expressed, as indicated by a Geo News report.

At the hour of the quake, a charge was accounted for in the business sectors of Rawalpindi, The Express Tribune paper revealed.

State head Shahbaz Sharif has requested that calamity the executives authorities stay careful to deal with any circumstance, as per state-run Related Press of Pakistan.

A crisis was proclaimed in the emergency clinics of the government capital on the guidelines of Bureaucratic Wellbeing Priest Abdul Qadir Patel, The Express Tribune revealed.

As per the worldwide seismological focus, aside from Pakistan, quakes were likewise felt in India, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, China and Kyrgyzstan.

Seismic tremors are normal in Pakistan.

A 6.3-greatness tremor struck Islamabad in January this year.

The deadliest tremor hit the country in 2005, which killed in excess of 74,000 individuals.