6.2 magnitude earthquake felt in Islamabad. In the early hours of Thursday morning, residents of the nation’s capital reported feeling strong aftershocks.
On Thursday morning, 6.2 magnitude earthquake rocked the nation’s capital, Islamabad, as well as the territories immediately around it. The Seismological Center reports that the earthquake was so powerful that individuals ran out of their houses while saying the “Kalma-e-Tayyaba.”
In addition, the Seismological Center said that the earthquake’s epicentre was located in the border region of Tajikistan and that the depth of the tremor was sixty kilometres. According to the first reports, people in the districts of Abbottabad and Malakand also felt the earthquakes.