The earthquake hit 162 kilometres northwest of Myanmar’s resources Burma at 3:52 am at a depth of 140 km.
A 5.2 magnitude quake struck Myanmar on Friday, the tremblings of which were really felt in parts of the northeast, including Manipur, Nagaland and also southern Assam.
According to the National Centre For Seismology, the earthquake struck Myanmar at 3:52 go to a deepness of 140 kilometres. The epicentre of the quake was kept track of at 23.09 degrees north latitude and 95.01 levels east longitude.
Numerous areas of the northeast felt tremors from the quake. No casualties have been reported until now.
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Last Updated: 30 September 2022