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Alert Assam:Earthquake Emergency Survival Guide

Assam has been rocked by the earthquake for the fifth time. It was reported that intensity was 6.3 in the Richter Scale. The consecutive quakes have arisen a sense of panic and impending danger of life among the people. The haphazardly growing city and unorganised concrete buildings one after another has further made the city more earthquake risk prone.

It is important to spread awareness about the safety measures and dos and don'ts among the people.

We have given a slideshow presentation about the preparation and necessary steps to be taken for the earthquake prone areas.

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    1. Dear Rishi,
      U have provided the vital informations very quickly forwhich u must be appreciated. North Eastern Region being a Earthquake prone Zone which falls under Zone V according to the Geologist. So, the people of the North East should have the knowledge about the survival in case of a Earthquake as provided by u. Also every citizen mostly the residents of Cities must have knowledge about the building construction. Now-a-days people are very very busy to buy luxury flats but they have no knowledge about the Earthquake resistance buildings. From the practical knowledge about the extent of destruction done by earthquake in cities are mostly due to fault in construction. Most of the builders does not provide any EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE METHOD in our localities. How few small post of a 10 storied building can bear the load where no wall are kept in ground floor which is used for car parking. In these nicely designed buildings no such provision is provided except few, that the building may be called properly earthquake resistant. Local authorities are also neglecting the importance of Design & Construction of Earthquake resistance buildings. So every people should be cautious about these unseen danger which may come at any moment and destroy everything before we can take some precautions.
      Sanjib, Kahilipara, Guwahati.

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