Massive 6.9 Earthquake Hits India and Napal Hard – Prime Minister To Send Troops


The Intellihub
Shepard Ambellas

September 18, 2011

A massive earthquake struck northeast India and Napal Sunday evening killing over 16 people.

At this time the full extent of the damage is being evaluated and we will offer follow-up reports.

Downed power lines, and debris has been scattered about.

Landslides have been reported.

The earthquake comes one week after a Comet ELENIN alignment date (according to NASA’s JPL data).

It has been rumored that NASA’s JPL’s ELENIN data correlates with recent earth changes and past earthquakes, including the massive quake and tsunami that took place in Japan back in March.

An excerpt from The Wall Street Journal reads;

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh offered to send troops to help, and summoned the National Disaster Management Authority for an emergency meeting. The air force sent five planes to help with rescue efforts.

New Deli residents felt the quake as well as they abandon buildings.

This quake just a short time after the September 5, 2011 quake in Indonesia that measured a 6.6 according to the USGS.