A 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Turkey opened the door to damage to building infrastructure.
The death toll after the earthquake in Turkey and Syria has exceeded 23,000, while the evacuation of people buried under the debris continues.
Thousands of houses were destroyed in the earthquake in Turkey and Syria. A 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Turkey opened the door to damage to building infrastructure. The experts stated that the main reason for the disaster was the poor construction of the buildings and non-compliance with the building code.
According to the Seismic Building Codes of Turkey, buildings must be able to withstand strong earthquakes, at least 30 to 40% of the earth’s surface must withstand vibration or shaking, but existing buildings in Turkey are less than the design code requirements. Couldn’t stand it.
On the other hand, two-thirds of Pakistan, including Karachi, is on fault lines. Due to non-enforcement of building rules, many incidents of buildings collapsing have come to light in the city.