A contemporary tremor measuring 3.5 magnitude on the Richter scale was recorded at round 8:07 am on Monday close to Dhundalwadi at Dahanu in Maharashtra’s Palghar district, stated Vivekanand Kadam, chief, catastrophe administration cell, Palghar.
Nevertheless, no casualty of human lives or harm to properties was reported.
Final Friday, 4 tremors, measuring 2.8, 4.0, 3.6 and a pair of.7 magnitude on the Richter scale, respectively, had been recorded in villages in Dahanu.
A number of homes developed cracks due to the tremor.
Monday’s tremor was additionally recorded by the Nationwide Centre for Seismology, Noida, in Uttar Pradesh, which comes underneath the Union Ministry of Earth Sciences, stated Kadam.
Within the intervening evening of September 4 and 5 September, the residents of Aaina, Dapcheri,Talasari, Dongripada, Amboli, Dhanivare, Osarvira, Kasa, Bordi, Dhundalwadi, Shisne villages had ran out of their properties in panic and spent the evening within the open following the successive tremors.
Talasari police station authorities had urged the villagers to not panic.
On 23 August, at 11:39 am a light tremor, measuring 2.8 on the Richter scale, was recorded at Aaina village in Dahanu.
Since November 2018, villages round Dhundalwadi and different areas of Dahanu have been reporting delicate tremors at common intervals.
In July 2019, Rishya Meghwali (55), a resident of Vasavalpada village in Dahanu, had died after a portion of the roof got here crashing down on him, when a tremor had rocked the world. Meghwali’s spouse had suffered minor accidents.
One other tremor was recorded in February 2019, when Vaibhavi Bhuyal (2) of Haladwadi, Talasari, had died in an identical accident.