Last Updated: January 30, 2023, 10:07 IST
An earthquake of 4.2 magnitude hit Gujarat’s Kutch district on Monday morning, the Institute of Seismological Research (ISR) mentioned.
There was no report of any lack of life or harm to property, district authorities mentioned.
The earthquake was recorded at 6.38 am with its epicentre 11 km north-north east of Dudhai village in the district, the Gandhinagar-based ISR mentioned in an replace on its web site.
It was preceded by a tremor of three.2 magnitude reported at 5.18 am with its epicentre 23 km east-southeast of Khavda village in the district, the ISR mentioned.
Kutch, which is about 400 km away from Ahmedabad, is situated in a really excessive threat seismic zone and earthquakes of low depth happen there repeatedly.
The district, situated in Saurashtra area, skilled a devastating earthquake in January 2001 in which 13,800 individuals have been killed and one other 1.67 lakh have been injured. The earthquake had brought about extreme harm to properties in numerous cities and villages of the district.
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