Pakistan Meteorological Department Rejected Rumors Predictions about Earthquakes in Pakistan and India

Pakistan and India

NewsToday: Dutch researcher Frank Hoogerbeets's prediction a few weeks ago about the deadly earthquake to hit Turkey and Syria came true. There is speculation that the quake could also hit the South Asian region, including Pakistan and India. And this prediction left people stunned and also left people panicking.However, Pakistan's Met Department director has yet to consider forecasts and rumors regarding the earthquake there. The PMD head told a private TV station that there are no parallels between Pakistani and Turkish fault lines.

No scientific predictions are given yet about earthquakes. The PMD official stated that Pakistan's cutting-edge monitoring system keeps track of the aftershocks in Syria and Turkey. He found that the 2005 and 2013 earthquakes that struck had resulted in significant life losses for the nation.Turkey's central region collapsed more devastatingly; the rescue worker is working under the rubble. Today morning, the death toll has risen by more than 8 thousand in Syria, and 6 thousand people are dead in Turkey. Thousand of the building hav poorly collapsed, and people are suppressed under the building. The earthquake hit Central turkey at 4:17 am at the place in the Anatolian fault lines.
Many countries have assisted Turkey and provided army troops, eatables, and other daily needs materials. Shabaz Sharif also sent a rescue team to Turkey for humanitarian aid, and DGISPR sent their troops for their help and said they were with them in any need.

Sabahat Abid


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