Solid 6.3-magnitude earthquake hits Tibet near India
A solid 6.3-magnitude earthquake struck China’s remote Himalayan district of Tibet near India early Wednesday, specialists said.
The focal point of the quake, with a profundity of 10 km, was checked at 28.40 degrees north scope and 94.61 degrees east longitude, as per the China Earthquake Networks Center.
There were no prompt reports of losses.
The quake, which struck at 4:15 AM, shocked Medog district in Nyingchi city which is found near Arunachal Pradesh.
The state-run Xinhua news office said that the quake was felt in Tibet.
Tibetan level is known to be inclined to overwhelming earthquakes as it sits directly over where the structural Euroasian and Indian plates meet, regularly crashing into a gigantic power.