On Wednesday, another powerful earthquake jolted Islamabad and its surroundings. According to the National Seismic Monitoring Centre in Islamabad, the earthquake’s epicentre was 130 kilometres beneath the Koh-e-Hindukush Mountains. The magnitude of the earthquake was 4.5 on the Richter Scale, and its depth was reported to be 130 kilometres underground. It’s worth noting that a 4.3 magnitude earthquake struck Pakistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Afghanistan on June 23 (8:56 a.m.). The earthquake’s epicentre was 58 kilometres from Kalafgan, Afghanistan. On June 2nd afternoon, a magnitude 4.7 earthquake was reported near Islamabad, Pakistan. The earthquake’s epicentre was 198 kilometres northwest (NW) of Islamabad. The earthquake occurred at 4:35:17 PM IST at a depth of 75 kilometres below the surface.