Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan instructed the Government to assess the damage and do everything possible to help those affected.
The death toll from a strong earthquake in the border zone between Pakistan and India has risen to 37, 500 people were injured, the Express Tribune reported on Wednesday, September 25. The injured are in critical condition.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed condolences to the families of the victims and instructed the Government to assess the damage and do everything possible to assist the victims.
The previous day, a 5.8-magnitude earthquake struck Pakistan. Initially, 19 people were reported dead and more than 300 injured.
The tremors were felt in much of northern and northeastern Pakistan, including the capital, Islamabad. At the same time, no emergency measures were announced in India in connection with the earthquake in the border zone.