An earthquake of magnitude 3.1 struck about 70 km north-northeast of Bengaluru in Karnataka at 7.09:36 am on Wednesday morning with a depth of 11 km. However, fortunately, there was no report of any damage as the intensity of the earthquake was not very high.
This morning in Karnataka started with strong earthquake tremors. On Wednesday morning, an earthquake of magnitude 3.3 struck here about 70 km north-northeast of Bengaluru. National Center for Seismology (NCS) gave this information. NCS tweeted that an earthquake of 3.1 magnitudes with a depth of 11 km occurred on Wednesday morning at 7.09:36 seconds, about 70 km north-northeast of Bengaluru, Karnataka.
In another tweet, he said that an earthquake of 3.3 magnitudes with a depth of 23 km occurred at 7.14 am 32 seconds on Wednesday morning, about 66 km north-northeast of Bengaluru, Karnataka.
However, fortunately, there was no report of any damage as the intensity of the earthquake was not very high. It is being told that many people have felt the tremors of the earthquake in the part of South India.
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Earlier in October, people in the Kalaburagi and Bidar districts of Karnataka felt earthquake tremors several times. The police had said that people who were frightened due to the continuous earthquake had spent the night in the open outside the houses. The commissioner of the Karnataka State Disaster Management Authority had called a meeting of geologists to understand the reasons behind the frequent earthquakes. He had said that disaster management teams has been alerted in the North Karnataka region.