New Delhi, India – On Tuesday afternoon, several parts of northern India, including Delhi, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh, experienced intense earthquake tremors. The India National Centre for Seismology (NCS) reported two significant earthquakes within a span of two hours, with the first registering a magnitude of 4.6 and the second, a magnitude of 6.2. Notably, both quakes originated in Nepal, a day after SSGEOS Predicts Major Quake within 48 Hours in Pakistan
The initial earthquake struck at 2:25 pm Indian Standard Time, followed closely by the second temblor at 2:51 pm IST. Reports from India’s media outlets indicated that residents hurriedly evacuated buildings as the powerful tremors swept through the affected regions.
SSGEOS Predicts Major Quake within 48 Hours in Pakistan
In a separate development earlier this week, Dutch scientist Frank Hoogerbeets drew attention to the probability of an earthquake occurring near Pakistan. Hoogerbeets, known for his earthquake predictions, stated on social media, “On September 30, we recorded atmospheric fluctuations that included parts of and near Pakistan. This is correct. It can be an indicator of an upcoming stronger tremor (as was the case with Morocco). But we cannot say with certainty that it will happen.”
The anticipation of a significant earthquake event in Pakistan within the next 48 hours has raised concerns and underscores the importance of preparedness in the region.
This seismic activity in South Asia serves as a reminder of the ever-present need for earthquake readiness and monitoring, especially in areas prone to such natural phenomena.