Earthquake tremors have been felt in Karachi. The quake was of a moderate intensity that struck Karachi and some parts of Sindh and Balochistan.
The magnitude of the earthquake was 4.5 which has struck Sindh and the borders of Balochistan. No loss neither to life nor of the property has been reported, as per the local media reports late Wednesday night.
The earthquake was felt in the neighbouring areas of the two provinces with the reports of Karachi feeling the tremors.
The magnitude of the quake was 4.5, on the basis of the Richter scale.
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The depth of the earthquake is approximated to be twelve kilometres with the epicentre being the Kirthar National Park.
Previously, on the 1st of September, earthquake tremors had been experienced in the different cities of Punjab which included Lahore.
Some areas of Kasur, Chiniot, Sheikhupura, Faisalabad, Pakpattan, Nankana and Jaranwala also felt the tremors.
Muhammad Riaz—the Chief Meteorologist Lahore while talking to the local media said that the quake was of 4.3 magnitudes and its epicentre was thirty kilometres north of Nankana Sahib.
As per reports, some areas of Karachi are affected because of major power breakdown. The extra high tension line has tripped that has led to the breakdown.
As per an official of the KE, the K-Electric team is working to resolve the issue and soon electricity would be restored.