New Delhi: In a viral video, a Pakistani TV anchor was seen persevering with to report information on tv regardless of robust tremors in his studio because of the earthquake that struck Pakistan on Tuesday night time (March 21). In accordance with a video shared by Twitter consumer Inam Azal Afridi, the anchor was reporting for a Pashto TV channel Mahshriq TV. Within the video, the entire studio was seen shaking because of the earthquake. One particular person within the background was seen working to a different location, presumably to take cowl within the catastrophe state of affairs.
Nonetheless, the TV anchor did not cease his stay telecast and continued reporting as if all was regular. The Twitter consumer who shared the video lauded the anchor for his dedication to the job. He wrote, “Pashto TV channel Mahshriq TV through the earthquake. Bravo anchor continued his stay program within the ongoing earthquake.”
Watch the video right here:
Pashto TV channel Mahshriq TV through the earthquake. Bravo anchor continued his stay program within the ongoing earthquake.
#earthquake #Peshawar pic.twitter.com/WC84PAdfZ6
— Inam Azal Afridi (@Azalafridi10) March 21, 2023
In accordance with an AP report, 9 individuals died because of the 6.8 magnitude earthquake that jolted Pakistan with its epicenter in Afghanistan. Along with this, over 160 individuals had been injured in Pakistan as properly.
The earthquake’s epicentre was Afghanistan’s Hindu Kush area, whereas its depth was 180 kilometres, based on the Pakistan Meteorological Division, reported PTI. In Pakistan, earthquake tremors had been felt in Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Quetta, Peshawar, Kohat, Lakki Marwat, Gujranwala, Gujrat, Sialkot, Kot Momin, Madh Ranjha, Chakwal, Kohat and Gilgit-Baltistan areas.
Tremors had been additionally felt in elements of North India resembling Delhi-NCR, Chandigarh, and Punjab. A number of individuals rushed out of their houses in panic when the earthquake occurred. Many shared movies of objects of their houses shaking on social media.