Death toll from Nepal earthquake reaches 140; PM Modi offered help, said India stands in solidarity

Death toll from Nepal earthquake reaches 140; PM Modi offered help, said India stands in solidarity

Nepal earthquake

In light of the recent Nepal earthquake that hit the Himalayan country, India has provided an emergency contact number – +977-9851316807 – to provide assistance to Indian nationals in Nepal.

The death toll from the 6.4 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal on November 3 has risen to 140 and communications have been cut in many areas, according to officials. Many more people were injured.

There is a fear that the death toll may increase further. The earthquake also caused extensive damage to infrastructure and property.

According to the National Center for Earthquake Monitoring and Research, 159 aftershocks were felt as a result of last night’s earthquake.

Both Nepal Army and Nepal Police have been called in to help in the rescue efforts. Landslides caused by the earthquake and its aftershocks disrupted some rescue routes.

According to the National Center for Seismology (NCS), the earthquake’s intensity was 6.4 on the Richter scale and its epicenter was at a depth of 10 km in Nepal.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his condolences over the incident and said that India stands in solidarity with Nepal and will provide all available assistance. “Very sorry about the deaths and property destruction brought on by the earthquake in Nepal. India is prepared to offer all aid and expresses solidarity with the people of Nepal. He sent a tweet to X on Saturday that read, “Our thoughts are with the bereaved families and we wish the injured a speedy recovery.”

In light of the recent earthquake that hit the Himalayan country, India has provided an emergency contact number – +977-9851316807 – to provide assistance to Indian nationals in Nepal.

Strong tremors were felt in Delhi and North India due to the earthquake in Nepal. Earthquake tremors were also felt in many districts including Delhi-NCR, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

After feeling the tremors of the earthquake, many people in Delhi and North India came out of their homes late on Friday night. The tremors were so strong that buildings shook and windows were shaken.

epa04722884 Rescue workers take part in the rescue operation where several houses have collapsed at Vhaktapur district in Nepal 27 April 2015. The death toll from this weekend’s earthquake in Nepal is now at 4,138, reports the country’s Interior Ministry. EPA/ABIR ABDULLAH

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ reached the earthquake affected site along with the medical team on Saturday morning. Hon’ble Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal “Prachanda” has expressed deep sorrow over the human and material loss caused by the earthquake that struck Ramidanda, Jajarkot at 11:47 pm on Friday night and has sent out all three security agencies to provide relief and rescue right away. Nepal PMO had earlier tweeted on X (formerly Twitter) that they were injured.

There was an earthquake in Nepal on Friday. Last month there were more than 6 earthquakes in the country. On October 2, an earthquake of 6.2 magnitude hit the country.

Two earthquakes have raised concerns about seismic events in Nepal. The country is located in a geologically active area and is prone to earthquakes.

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