These days, natural calamities are affecting several Indian states. Recently, Rajasthan’s Pinkcity (Jaipur) faced an earthquake of 4.4 magnitudes. People left their houses as soon as they felt vibrations in several areas of the city. The earthquake happened on Friday at 4.10 am, according to the information mentioned on the National Centre of Seismology website.
The tremor of the earthquake of this earthquake is as terrifying as it caused a tense situation among Jaipurites. At 4:10 AM, the first tremor earthquake hit, followed by two more at 4:23 AM and four more at 4:25 AM. The people felt terrified and came out of their houses in the early morning. The intensity of this earthquake was so strong that it caused fear among the people of Jaipur. It has been believed that the epicenter of this earthquake was Jaipur. Although there were no casualties reported due to this earthquake.
Rajasthan | An earthquake of Magnitude 4.4 strikes Jaipur
(Video source – locals) pic.twitter.com/MOudTvT8yF
— ANI (@ANI) July 20, 2023
The epicenter of this Earthquake
The National Centre for Seismology (NCS) states that this earthquake near Jaipur happened around 4.09 AM. The depth of this earthquake is about 10 km. The first major tremor occurred at 04.09 AM. The first significant tremor happened at 4:09 AM. According to the NCS, this was followed by quakes of magnitude 3.1 and 3.4 at 4.22 and 4.25 AM, respectively. The Police Control Room has clarified that there is no immediate report of loss of life or damage to property.
Former CM Vasundhara Raje Tweeted
After this incident, Jaipurites shared various pictures on their social media handles about this incident. In this series, the former CM of Rajasthan Shrimati Vasundhara Raje also tweeted after the earthquake.
जयपुर सहित प्रदेश में अन्य जगहों पर भूकंप के तेज़ झटके महसूस किए गए हैं।
I hope you all are safe!
— Vasundhara Raje (@VasundharaBJP) July 20, 2023
Former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje tweeted, “Earthquake tremors have been felt at some places in the state including Jaipur. I hope you all are safe.