Kathmandu, November 4 (Language) A tremor of 4.2 magnitude was recorded in Nepal on Saturday, a day after the worst earthquake in eight years.
The tremor was recorded in Jajarkot district at 3.40 pm on Saturday afternoon.
According to the National Earthquake Monitoring Centre, the aftershock was of 4.2 magnitude and its epicenter was Ramidanda. This shock was felt after the earthquake that occurred on Friday night.
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on Friday night, killing at least 157 people and injuring more than 160 in a remote mountainous region of the country, while hundreds of houses were damaged.
This is the most destructive earthquake in Nepal since 2015.