A significant earthquake in Pakistan is expected within the next 48 hours, according to the Netherlands-based Solar System Geometry Survey (SSGEOS), a company renowned for its seismic forecasts.
The SSGEOS is an organization that focuses on keeping an eye on variations in electric charge in the atmosphere close to the surface of the ocean, which they claim are a sign of areas where increased seismic activity may occur, often within a period of 1 to 9 days.
The organization cautions that the places they flag as potentially affected are estimates, but they nevertheless offer useful information about possible earthquake-prone areas.
Dutch Scientist Prediction of Earthquake in Pakistan
The Dutch researcher with SSGEOS recently forecast a large increase in electric activity along Pakistan’s Chaman fault zones.
The local community is worried as a result of this surge’s prediction of a strong seismic activity occurring within the next 48 hours.
After an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.8 rocked the Afghanistan-Tajikistan border region earlier this year, tremors were detected in many locations throughout Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, China, and other nations.
Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, India, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan were among the nations that felt the tremors.
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