The national capital felt tremors of 3.4 magnitudes on the Richter scale again today afternoon. No damage to any kind of property has been reported.
J L Gautam, Met Department Director Seismology said that the epicentre was close to Delhi- UP Border. The aforesaid region has experienced similar tremors a few weeks ago.
The earthquake took place at around 1:45 pm at a depth of five kilometres from the surface.
Delhi has been hit for the third time in a row as the epicentre since the lockdown began to contain the spread of deadly coronavirus. The other two tremors measured 2.7 and 3.5 on the Richter scale in the same area.
Delhi ranks fourth out of the five seismic zones, though it has rarely been an epicentre.