A quake shook a few structures in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Kashmir state in India on Friday, witnesses said.
The greatness 6.1 shake was focused in hilly Hindu Kush district in Afghanistan, at a profundity of 210 km (130 miles), the U.S. Topographical Survey said.
Authorities in Kabul said they were evaluating harm in regions around the inadequately populated focal point.
In Pakistan, tremors shook furniture and power link shafts.
There were no quick reports of setbacks.
Waseem Ahmad, representative for the National Disaster Management Authority in Islamabad, assessed the shudder to be about 6.4 greatness.
“I was with my children at a badminton court when we felt solid shocks,” said Nusrat Jabeen in Pakistan’s capital. “It was extremely terrifying. We felt everything was shaking. We ran out for security.”
Tremors were additionally felt in India’s hilly Kashmir state where individuals surged out of their homes and workplaces.
The Indian subcontinent has endured the absolute biggest quakes on the planet.