An earthquake, which measured 3.4 on the Richter scale, shook substances of Karnataka’s Hassan district and neighbouring regions on Thursday morning.
An earthquake measuring 3.4 on the Richter scale hit Karnataka’s Hassan district on Thursday morning. (Guide image)
An earthquake measuring 3.4 on the Richter scale shook substances of Hassan district and neighbouring regions in Karnataka in the wee hours of Thursday, a pain management official talked about.
The earthquake was furthermore felt in many villages approach Somwarpet in Kodagu district. Folks ran out of their homes following the tremor.
In protecting with Karnataka Affirm Anguish Management Authority Commissioner, Manoj Rajan, the epicentre was Maluganahalli village below Nagaranahalli village panchayat in Holenarasipura Taluk of Hassan district.
He talked about as per the seismic depth blueprint of the talked about earthquake from the epicentre, the depth observed is moderate and the tremor will be felt as a lot as a maximum radial distance of 40-50 kms from the epicentre.
“This style of earthquake would not make any wound to the native community, even supposing there’ll seemingly be shrimp shaking observed locally. As the epicentre falls in Seismic Zone-II, the possibilities of the occurrence of earthquakes are very less and the replace of hurt is low.
“As the space is void of any structural discontinuities as per the tectonic blueprint, the community needn’t fright as the depth observed is moderate and never unfavorable,” the commissioner outlined.