The epicenter of an earthquake in India’s northwest has left a massive tsunami warning, but not all of India’s coastline is under threat.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the tsunami warning was in place in parts of the country and that coastal areas are under maximum alert.
The tsunami warning in the country’s northeast is for an area from Kalahandi to Parachinar, according to the National Disaster Response Force.
There is no immediate threat to the entire coast, which is mostly mountainous, said the Indian government’s Disaster Management Department, or NDRF.
The warning comes just a day after another massive quake hit India’s east coast, killing more than 100 people.
The quake occurred in the Bay of Bengal, where a dam on the Bay is located, according the NDRFs.
The latest quake is centered about 1,000 miles northeast of India, about 100 miles from the Bay.
The NDRf said that at 3:19 p.m. local time on Saturday, a magnitude 6.4 quake shook the Bay area, according CBS News.
A magnitude 6 tremor followed less than an hour later, the NPDF said.
It is the second earthquake of the month to hit the Bay region.
On Monday, a 6.2 quake hit the area, which has been under a state of emergency since March for years.
The quake also came just a few hours after India’s National Disaster Management Authority, or NDMA, issued a tsunami warning for the entire Bay area.
The NDMA warned that heavy rains could cause landslides in the area and inundation of vulnerable villages and communities.
There are many other tremors in the region, and it’s still not clear if there is a direct link to the earthquake.
India’s state of Haryana, the countrys largest state, also issued a warning for coastal areas.
In Haryas, landslides were reported on the roads and bridges and flooded rivers in some areas, but no damage has been reported.
The Indian Meteorological Department says that the last major earthquake was in December 2014, when a 6,000-foot-tall temblor hit the country.