Earthquakes are a common occurrence in Pakistan, and they have been recorded since the earliest times. The country is located in a seismically active zone, making it prone to earthquakes of varying degrees of magnitude. In recent years, the number of earthquakes reported in Pakistan has increased significantly. This article looks at the latest earthquakes reported in Pakistan today and discusses the impact they have on the people living there. It also provides information about how to stay safe during an earthquake and what measures can be taken to mitigate it’s effects.

Latest Earthquakes in Pakistan Today Night 21 March 2023

Weak mag. 2.4 earthquake – Takhar, Afghanistan, 20 km east of Farkhor, Viloyati Khatlon, Tajikistan, on Wednesday, March 15, 2023 at 10:49 pm (GMT +4:30) This is 17 hours after the last earthquake in Pakistan.

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Just where did today’s 6.8 earthquake occur? Officials said that a magnitude 6.8 earthquake that hit southern Ecuador on Saturday afternoon resulted in the deaths of at least 16 individuals. According to the USGS, the quake that occurred near the town of Baláo in the south was more than 65 kilometers (almost 41 miles) deep, as reported by CNN.

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On Tuesday, portions of Pakistan were rocked by a powerful earthquake measuring 7.7 on the Richter scale. Several cities and regions in Pakistan felt the effects of the earthquake, including Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Quetta, Peshawar, Kohat, Lakki Marwat, and Kohat.

Latest Earthquakes in Pakistan Today Night 21 March 2023

Latest Earthquakes in Pakistan Today Night 21 March 2023

The Pakistan Meteorological Department said that the earthquake’s epicentre was in Afghanistan’s Hindu Kush region and that its depth was 180 kilometers (PMD). Peshawar, Swabi, Lodhran, DG Khan, Bahawalpur, Skardu, Kohat, Toba Tek Singh, Parachinar, and Khanewal all felt the effects of the earthquake as well.

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Authorities in charge of disaster management have warned that the death toll could rise, as reported by Geo News. Islamabad’s National Seismic Monitoring Centre located the earthquake’s epicentre to be within a radius of 15 kilometers of the city of Harnai.

However, it stated that the “precise damage” has not been confirmed. The Supreme Court of Pakistan today disqualified Sharif, 67, for dishonesty and decided that corruption investigations be brought against him and his children in connection with the Panama Papers controversy.