Nepal earthquake kills 140; PM Modi offers help and says India stands with Nepal

Nepal was recently hit by an earthquake. In response, India has set up an emergency phone number (+977-9851316807) for Indians in Nepal to call for help.

Nepal earthquake kills 140

140 people have died since the 6.4-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal on November 3. Many places are still not able to communicate, according to officials. A lot more people got hurt.

The number of deaths is thought to be going up. A lot of property and infrastructure has also been damaged by the earthquake.

159 aftershocks were found after last night’s earthquake, according to the National Earthquake Monitoring and Research Center.

Nepal Police and the Nepal Army have both been asked to help with the rescue. Some escape routes were blocked by landslides brought on by the quake and its aftershocks.

The National Center for Seismology (NCS) says the earthquake was 6.4 on the Richter scale and its epicenter was 10 km below the surface in Nepal.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he was sorry for what happened and that India stands with Nepal and will do everything it can to help. “Very sorry for the deaths and damage caused by the earthquake in Nepal.” In support of the people of Nepal, India is ready to do everything it can to help. In a tweet on Saturday, he said, “Our thoughts are with the families of those who died and we hope that those who were hurt get better soon.”

Nepal was recently hit by an earthquake. In response, India has set up an emergency phone number (+977-9851316807) for Indians in Nepal to call for help.

Strong tremors were felt in Delhi and northern India after the earthquake in Nepal. A lot of other places, like Delhi-NCR, Uttar Pradesh, and Bihar, could also feel the tremors.

There were tremors late Friday night in Delhi and northern India, and many people rushed out of their homes. Some buildings and windows were rattled by the tremors.

At the same time, on Saturday morning, Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal “Prachanda” went to the earthquake-damaged area with a medical team. Nepal’s Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, also known as “Prachanda,” expressed his deep sorrow over the damage to people and property caused by the earthquake at Ramidanda in Jajarkot at 11:47 p.m. on Friday. “He has also called on all three security agencies to help rescue and treat the injured right away,” the Nepalese government said in a previous post on X (formerly Twitter).

Nepal’s quake on Friday was the second one in the last month to be stronger than 6 on the Richter scale. In October, a 6.2-magnitude earthquake hit the country.

Nepal has been having a lot of earthquakes lately, which makes people worry. Earthquakes are common in this country because it is in an area with active geology.