Dhaka, Bangladesh (BBN) – Another mild tremor measuring 5.4 on the Richter Scale shook different parts of Bangladesh including capital Dhaka at 2:38:41 am (local time) on Tuesday, an official of the Bangladesh Meteorological Department said.

“The epicenter of the tremor was 342.24 miles (552 kilometers) southeast from the Agargaon Seismic Centre, Dhaka in Myanmar,” Meteorologist Ayesha Khatun told to BBN in Dhaka.   

On Monday last, a tremor measuring 6.4 on Richter Scale shock different districts in the country including capital, Dhaka.

Magnitude of the tremor was 6.4, the official said, adding that the epicenter of the tremor was 286.44 miles (462 kilometers) away from Dhaka Seismic Centre on north-northeastern of the Bhutan-China border.

The last quake to shake Bangladesh was felt in the capital, Dhaka, Chittagong and Sylhet on Sept 4. The magnitude 6 quake was centered at the Indo-Burma border, east of Bangladesh.

There was, however, no report of damage or casualty.

BBN/SS/SI/AD-22September09-4:06 pm (BST)