An earthquake hit Uttarakhand's Uttarkashi early Thursday (June 14) morning, measuring 4.0 on the Richter Scale. According to the India Meteorological Department, the earthquake originated at a depth of 10 km and had the latitude of 30.8 North and Longitude of 78.2 East.
So far no loss of life or property has been reported, more details are currently awaited.
This comes after the Meteorological Centre, Dehradun had issued warnings of thunderstorm and rain in the state from June 13-17 on Wednesday.
Few places of the state are likely to experience light to moderate rain and thunderstorm on Thursday, while many places are likely to experience the same from June 15-17. Earlier this month, the Badrinath National Highway was closed at two places due to minor landslides, followed by heavy rains in parts of Uttarakhand.
[With inputs from ANI]