Cagayan de Oro (MDN Digital, April 24) – After two strong tremors jolted Philippines, this time a strong earthquake with a magnitude of 6.1 in the richter scale, has also trembled northeastern state of Arunachal Predesh in India early Wednesday.
According to the US Geological Survey, the epicenter of the earthquake was found about 25 miles southeast of Along. It reportedly struck around 1:45 am.
Arunachal, Pradesh is home to 1.2 million people, based on the website owned by the government but it is considered less densely populated place in the country.
The tremor was felt in Tiber, according to a China based news agency Xinhua. Beijing and New Delhi.
Beijing and New Delhi have been disputing which of them has the right dispute claims over the land
China is claiming about 90,000 square kilometers of the total territory, while India want Arunachal Pradesh.
Myanmar and Bhutan also borders over Arunachal Pradesh