Pakistan: 5.3-magnitude earthquake affects Islamabad, Peshawar
Shakes were really felt in a number of bordering locations
A quake of 5.3 size shook components of Pakistan on Saturday night, regional media mentioning Pakistan Meteorological Division (PMD).
Shakes were really felt in locations varying from Swat, Peshawar, Lower Dir, Swabi, Nowshera, Islamabad and also its environments, DawnNewsTV reported.
On the other hand, a quake determining 5.1 on the Richter range struck Afghanistan-Tajikstan boundary today, according to the National Centre for Seismology.
Shakes were really felt in Kashmir’s Poonch and also various other locations around the Line of Control.
” Quake of size 5.1 took place at 6.45.24 pm, which was likewise really felt in J&K. Center was Afghanistan- Tajikstan Boundary. Works with: 36.55 degN, 71.20 E. Deepness:216 kilometres,” NCS tweeted.