Kutch: A magnitude 3.2 tremor was felt near Bhachau in the east as the unceasing pattern of minor and major earthquakes continued in the desert region of Kutch. The epicenter of the shock was 10 km from Bhachau. was reported away. Professor of Geology Department of Kutch University Dr. Mahesh Thakkar said that there are four main earthquake fault lines in Kutch, in which the South Wagad fault line and the Kutchmain fault line meet at Wagad. Thus, as these two fault lines converge, earthquake shocks occur from time to time. Most of the aftershocks in Wagad occur around the epicenter of the 2001 earthquake. At the time of the earthquake, the ground ruptured, due to which two 6 meter plates collided and the plates broke for 75 kilometers. Earthquake shocks continue to occur here, with plate damage still present today. The type of fault line that is active in Kutch, the same fault line called MCT is also active in the foothills of the Himalayas in which small earthquakes are felt from time to time.