A solid quake shocked pieces of northern Pakistan on Thursday night, with quakes felt in different urban communities including Peshawar, Charsadda, and the precipitous Smack valley of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.
As per the US Geological Survey (USGS), the size on the Richter scale was recorded at 5.9, with the focal point of the tremor kept 43 kilometers southwest of Jurm in adjoining Afghanistan at a profundity of 193.8 kilometers. .
In Pakistan, the quakes were accounted for from Peshawar, Takht Bai, Dir Bala, Landi Kotal, Smack, Swabi, Hangu, Charsadda, and encompassing regions.
Up until this point, no setbacks or death toll had been accounted for.
Extreme quake quakes were likewise felt on Wednesday in different urban communities of Punjab including Lahore.
The size of Wednesday’s quake was recorded at 4.1 at a profundity of five kilometers. The focal point of the tremor was recorded 34 km west of Lahore and 12 km west of Sheikhupura, as indicated by the Met Office.