Earthquake jolts Islamabad


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ISLAMABAD: Multiple tremors from an earthquake were felt in Islamabad and Rawalpindi at around 9:50 PM on Wednesday, lasting for 4-5 seconds.

According to reports, tremors were felt in various areas of Islamabad, prompting residents to evacuate their homes as the earthquake intensified.

Individuals working in offices abandoned their tasks and were observed outside the buildings.

According to reports, tremors were also experienced in Rawalpindi, Attock, and Chakwal.

The earthquake’s magnitude was recorded at 3.2 on the Richter scale, with a depth of 25 km.

The epicenter of the earthquake was reported in Kashmir, according to a seismological center.

No immediate casualties or damages to buildings have been reported in Pakistan in the aftermath of the latest earthquake.

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