Life in Kathmandu Valley is crawling back to normalcy with gradual fall in the number of aftershocks of the quake.
A powerful aftershock measuring 6.8 on Richter scale that struck the country on Tuesday afternoon has put general public in quandary however life after the April 25 devastating earthquake was limping back to normalcy.
“The magnitude of aftershocks following big quake cannot be presumed. The small scaled tremors could be normally experienced during the months after high magnitude quake”, said National Seismological Centre’s Chief Lok Bijaya Adhikari.
Shops that have been closed down since Tuesday jolt now have began to reopening in a partial manner while vehicular operation is also visible on he road albeit low.